Key clinical point: The Medicare for All Act of 2019 had 108 cosponsors – all Democrats – at press time.
Major finding: The bill would make it unlawful for a private health insurer to sell coverage that duplicates the benefits of the Medicare-for-All system, and would prohibit employers from providing health insurance coverage that is provided by the Medicare-for-All system.
Study details: Members of the House Rules Committee heard testimony April 30 from physicians and policy analysts.
House Rules Committee hearing on H.R. 1384, April 30.