Democratic Debates Didn’t Do Much to Clarify Candidates’ Plans for Health Care — 2020′s Most Important IssueAugust 12, 2019 |
by Jacob Pramuk
Democrats argued about their health care plans for more than an hour during both nights of last week’s presidential primary debates.
In 15- and 30-second bursts, former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris sparred over their similar health-care plans. They wrangled over the cost of expanding insurance coverage. They argued over how long their plans would take to phase in. And they battled over how much they would do to limit co-pay costs.