Democrats' Medicare for All must consider union-won plans: AFL-CIO

Democrats' Medicare for All must consider union-won plans: AFL-CIODemocratic White House hopefuls should ensure their Medicare for All proposals honor union-negotiated private insurance, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, head of the largest federation of U.S. labor unions, said on Thursday. How to best extend health coverage to millions of uninsured or under-insured Americans has been one of the early issues defining the Democratic nominating contest to take on Republican President Donald Trump in November 2020. “You can’t ask the American worker, who sacrificed wages and everything, to simply say: ‘Okay, I’ll accept this plan here,'” Trumka added, noting that some union plans likely provide more benefits than Medicare.

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