We’re in a different moment. The idea of Medicare for All has been around a long time. But as the 2020 campaigns kick in, there is clear momentum. Disappointed by the insurance industry role in the ACA, more and more people–not just on the coasts–are demanding Medicare for All. On the first segment, Melinda St.Louis, Campaign Director for Public Citizen’s Medicare for All Campaign lays out what it is, what it isn’t, and the fiscal realities. And from Iowa, fourth generation family farmer and registered nurse Barb Kalbach talks about the urgent need for Medicare for All in rural midwestern America in particular. Which Democrats lost last time.

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