Sanders: ‘Call It Whatever You Want, But Please, Do Not Call This Bill a Health Care Bill’

‘You can call it a destroy health care’

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SANDERS: "It's not a healthcare bill when you cut Medicaid by $800 billion, denying health insurance to children or some of the poorest people in this country or middle class people who need help with nursing home care for their parents. It's not a healthcare bill when you defund Planned Parenthood and deny 2 1/2 million women their choice of healthcare providers. It is not a healthcare bill when you force older workers to pay two, three, four times more for the healthcare that they currently get. So call it whatever you want, but please, do not call this bill a healthcare bill."          

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