Grace-Marie Turner

How market-based insurance supports Medicare

Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how much Medicare relies on market-based insurance, and how that support will go away if we convert to a Medicare for all system.

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Medicare for all would fail patients
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