NYT - Where all the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates stand on health care BY SARAH EWALL-WICE MAY 16, 2019 / 3:18 PM / CBS NEWS

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When Democrats campaigned on health care in the 2018 midterms, it helped win them back the House. And now that more than 20 of them are running for president, they're starting to stake out their positions on how to overhaul the system. 

CBS News exit polling found health care was the number one issue among voters casting their ballots in the midterms. Since then, one of the most talked about Democratic proposals would establish a new single-payer government-run insurance program as outlined in Sen.

Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for All" Act. ...more