Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif., expressed Monday to be supporting the “Medicare for all” bill authored by Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
She said all the private health insurance should be eliminated and all the citizens to get access to medical care without going through any insurance company and getting approval through paperwork.
Kamala Harris announced to be running for the 2020 presidential election last week and launched her campaign Sunday from hometown Oakland vowing she would confront toxic politics and unite the Trumpian divided country.
She slammed the current insurance system where the company holds the right to reject someone from getting modern medical science on the basis of bottom line not met in terms of profitability.
Harris said, “Let’s eliminate all of that. Let’s move on…. Medicare for all is the bottom line solution.”
Earlier the California senator said she would pass a massive tax cut for middle class families after becoming president.
On the first day of her presidential campaign she folded the idea of “For the People.” She characterized her track record of being district attorney, attorney general and US Senator.
The campaign was kicked off with national anthem by black and sermon of unity was preached.
She said under the current administration the country is in weaker position in the world.
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