Candidates can’t afford silence on health care

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Democrats and Republicans are further apart than they’ve been in half a century, according to the Pew Research Center. But nearly 4 in 10 tell pollsters that they’d be open to supporting a candidate from a different political party whose top priority was reducing health care costs.

Many Democrats have been clear about how they’d rein in health spending — by creating one government-run “Medicare for All” health plan that would limit the scope and availability of private insurance.

Republicans have historically been much quieter about how they’d reduce health costs. But they’d be smart to start sharing their ideas for health care reform. Voters want to hear them.

Click to read the full article in the Las Vegas Sun.

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