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Universal healthcare in America? Not a taboo now, thanks to Bernie Sanders | Ross Barkan

Once radical and taboo in mainstream Democratic circles, endorsing universal healthcare coverage is now de rigueur There was a time, not too long ago – the iPhone, Facebook and Twitter all existed – when the two leading Democratic candidates for president of the United States didn’t support the right of gay people to marry. “I believe marriage is between a man and a woman.
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