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Last month, we asked for your questions about Medicare for All, a health care proposal that’s becoming an increasingly popular campaign promise among 2020 Democratic candidates. Though Sen. Bernie Sanders has long advocated for Medicare for All, newcomers such as South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg have also weighed in. 

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