LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Presidential Democratic Party Elizabeth Warren protects his Medicare for all health care offers on Monday, telling the members of an influential Nevada labor union that she wants all Americans with insurance that is as good as them.
PHOTO FILE: U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Sen Elizabeth Warren held a town hall event in West Des Moines, Iowa, USA Nov. 25, 2019. REUTERS/Scott Morgan
Alliance members across the United States are worried about losing hard health insurance-Won by Massachusetts Senator Warren’s plan, and rival Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who has proposed to do away with private insurance.
Asked whether she would like to protect Nevada’s Negotiate insurance union and Casino workers, Warren rotated, praised their state-of-the-art clinic but didn’t say how she had protected it.
“What you’ve got is something I’d like to see copying all across the United States,” said Warren told a member of the local culinary worker 226 at a city hall meeting sponsored by the second Night Union in Las Vegas.
Warren was the first of three top candidates looking for the Democrats ‘ nomination to run against Republican president Donald Trump in 2020 to appear this week in the hall organized by 60,000-local members.
Her involvement, followed by Sanders on Tuesday and former vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday, shows that the importance of labor support for the rivalry candidate for Partyis only two nominations…