Diane talks with Ruth Marcus, editor at the Washington Post. Her new book is "Supreme Ambition: Brett Kavanaugh and the Conservative Takeover."
Proponents of a single-payer plan argue it is the best solution for the nation’s health-care system. But chances of such a program making it into law appear remote. How a single-payer plan might work and why it faces an uphill battle in Congress.
- Roger Hickey Co-director of the Campaign for America's Future
- Dr. David Himmelstein Primary care doctor; co-founder, Physicians for a National Health Program; associate professor of medicine at Harvard University
- Senator Bernie Sanders U.S. Senator (I-VT)
- Susan Dentzer Senior policy adviser, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and on-air analyst on health issues, PBS NewsHour.
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