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Is the ACA Merely a Step Towards Single-Payer “Medicare-for-All?”

By DEVON HERRICK A recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal announced, “Obamacare’s meltdown has arrived.” Over the years I’ve heard conspiracy theories that the Affordable Care Act was designed to fail, as a means to nudge a reluctant nation one step closer to a single-payer, Medicare-for-All health care system. Bernie Sanders famously advocated for
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