Country transition to Medicare for all in the future

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Discussion Question:
Given the current debate regarding a proposal that the country transition to Medicare for all in the future, and given your readings and additional research, what is your opinion regarding this proposal? Provide a thoughtful discussion and justification (based on your research) regarding your opinion of this proposal, either supporting or rejecting Medicare for all.

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