Politico/Health Care - Calling it “a bad opening offer,” Sen. Michael Bennet, a moderate Democrat mulling a presidential run, on Sunday shot down calls from the left wing of his party to eliminate private insurance as part of a sweeping health care overhaul.
Asked about "Medicare for all" proposals on NBC's "Meet the Press," the Colorado Democrat touted a bill he has co-sponsored with Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) that would create a public health care option but let people keep their existing insurance. "Remember when President Obama said, 'If you like your insurance, you can keep your insurance.' And then, a few people in America actually lost their insurance because of the way that the plan worked...>>>
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