Is healthcare inequality more evident to America’s mayors than to federal representatives? How differently might the pandemic have played out if Medicare for All had already been in place? Did the link between employment and health insurance force Americans to keep working – not just for the income but also for the insurance? Libby Schaaf, Oakland mayor, and host Brenda Gazzar discuss how coronavirus suffering in the U.S. might have been reduced.
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