Protesters marching. One of the primary groups that could benefit from Medicare for All would be fraudsters who rip off Medicare, Medicaid, the health insurance and casualty insurance industries for well over $100 billion annually. (Photo: Sundry Photography/Shutterstock)

From the Democratic debates, it is quite evident that health insurance will be a major point in the 2020 election. The "moderates" want to retain what is left of the old Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare") and make improvements to it, while the "progressives" want to throw it out and have "single-payer" or "Medicaid for all." We've addressed this before.

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