Bernie Sanders want to introduce "Medicare for All". Currently Medicare is available only for elderly people above 65 in America.
He said that, in spite of Obamacare, there are still over 20 million people who are not insured and the private insurance plans have high premiums and high deductibles.
He claims that his "Medicare for All" will reduce the cost to the working families by a few thousand dollars a year.
Hillary Clinton attacked him for undermining Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) and said that she wanted to work to improve Obamacare, rather than to replace it with a new system.
What is the difference between the Medicare for All and Obamacare?
I will give a prize (e-book on Medical Bills for the Elderly) to the first person who is able to explain the key difference.