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Polling supports that argument, with Americans regularly listing issues like health care and the economy as their top issues, and about half of those surveyed expressing no ... Rohrabacher was always going to be in for a stiff challenge this year, since Hillary Clinton won his Orange County District in 2016.
And yet, she filled Hillary Clinton's Senate seat in 2009. Sexual harassment and gender discrimination sit at the front of her political ... Schumer endorsed Tahir Javed, a major Democratic donor and health care executive. Garcia won 63 percent of the district vote. Needless to say, Gillibrand flexed her ...

ZANESVILLE, Ohio — Brianna Foster, 23, lives minutes away from Genesis Hospital, the main source of health care and the only hospital with maternity services in southeastern Ohio's rural Muskingum County. .... Still, Muskingum County backed Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton by more than 2-to-1.
He mangled comments from 2016 presidential rival Hillary Clinton, inflated expectations of an overhaul in health services for veterans and gave his administration too much credit for defeating the Islamic State. Here's a look at ... You pay a lot of money not to have to pay and not to get health care. So you're ...
Howland lost to Roskam in 2016, when the district went for Democrat Hillary Clinton by 7 percentage points after going for Republican Mitt Romney by 8 points in 2012. That shift has given Democrats some hope in the western and northwest suburban 6th Congressional District, despite Roskam's history of ...
Even as Republican Rick Saccone and Democrat Conor Lamb have fought over health care, taxes and guns, the two agree that the Republican president's tariffs are good for jobs and the country. It's time to “take some ... Workers who rejected Hillary Clinton in 2016 were willing to back Lamb. Democrats ...

One of the so-called progressive pillars that has been most divisive among Democrats is Medicare For All, a universal healthcare policy initiative that ... Hillary Clinton wasn't a progressive in this regard: her biggest concession to the left on the health care issue was a suggestion that citizens could buy into ...
Good Thursday. Here's what we're watching: • The leeway in President Trump's tariff order. • President Trump authorizes tariffs. • What happens when the bond market and the Fed disagree? • Cigna struck a big deal for Express Scripts. • The White House plans to unveil its tariffs today. • Protesters want ...
The bill, which Conyers has introduced since 2003, would create a government sponsored health care program for all citizens, similar to those extant in ... presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who had dismissed the idea of single payer health care in the U.S., claiming it would “never, ever come to pass.”.
As first lady of the United States from 1993 to 2001, Clinton championed health care for all Americans and led successful bipartisan efforts to improve the adoption and foster care systems, reduce teen pregnancy, and create the Children's Health Insurance Program. In 2000, Clinton made history as the only ...

In a sign of the party's move to the left on the issue, the Center for American Progress (CAP), a bastion of the Democratic establishment, this week released a plan that comes very close to a single-payer system. That's a dramatic change from just two years ago, when Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham ...
The architects of Hillary Clinton's agenda are moving toward Bernie Sanders's vision for universal health care — a step that shows how far the Democratic Party's center has shifted on policy since the 2016 primary. On Wednesday, the Center for American Progress released a detailed, universal coverage ...
The major liberal policy group is raising the ante on the health care debate with a new plan that builds on Medicare to guarantee coverage for all. ... Center for American Progress is a think tank that was closely aligned with President Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Generic ballot polling indicates that the top few issues for women are the economy, health care, security and senior citizens' issues including Social Security. Regardless of whether women identify as Democrat, Republican or independent, these issues remain consistent. On who is trusted to handle the ...
“On the morning of Oct. 28, [2016], Hillary Clinton is ahead in RealClearPolitics average of polls by 5.9 percent. Which, by the way, called the national election on Election Day within 1.2 percent, which is pretty accurate." "Slide Two shows the affect in three key battleground states, Pennsylvania, Michigan ...
Following the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Cordova shared a story that pushed the conspiracy theory that Khan, who spoke at the event, was a “Muslim plant working with the Hillary Clinton campaign.” He also frequently attacked Democratic officials, including former Presidents Obama and Bill ...
"I believe in a Medicare for all, single-payer, but to the degree that people are talking about guaranteeing health care to all people, it's a step." The CAP plan, called Medicare Extra for All, provides for a government-run health insurance plan modeled off Medicare for all, with the exception of those who ...


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