Add to that the yearlong pandemic, and the case for Medicare for All has rarely been more obvious.
Millions have been thrown off their job-based health insurance at the same time insurance companies rake in record profits.
Medicare for All — and the commitment to robust investment in healthy communities that comes with it — has something to say about all of these problems.
And yet, as the early Biden era unfolds, it’s unclear what exactly the new president intends to do about them.
It’s hard to take something good away from people — and that could build momentum for Medicare for All.
It would also provide a concrete campaign for Bernie supporters to get behind in the early days of the Biden presidency.
The Sanders campaign activated thousands of newly politicized volunteers, many of whom are itching to get involved in transformative movement building. »