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Comments of Vice President Joe Biden on Families are compared with remarks of Warren and Sanders. The statements are extracted from the Democratic Party Presidential Primary Debate in Iowa on January 14, 2020.

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on families : No, our plan wouldn't bankrupt the country. And, in fact, it would much improve the well-being of working-class families and the middle class. (Jan 14, 2020)

on families : I have worked out a plan where we can do that without raising taxes on middle2-class families by one thin dime. (Jan 14, 2020)

on families : Let's get some relief to those families. And I will defend the Affordable Care Act. (Jan 14, 2020)

on families : We can get help to families.But we have to be willing to work together. We can let people experience what health care is like when it's you and your doctor, your mental health professional, your nurse practitioner, with no insurance company standing in the middle. (Jan 14, 2020)

on families : I will lower the price of EpiPens, of HIV-AIDS drugs. That's going to bring a lot of relief to a lot of families immediately. (Jan 14, 2020)

on family : And I was making $42,000 a year.I commuted every single solitary day to Wilmington, Delaware, over 500 miles a day -- excuse me, 250 miles a day, because I could not afford but for my family childcare. (Jan 14, 2020)

on family : Sen. Warren is right in saying we need to bring the stakeholders to the table, that -- it is the family farmers here in Iowa and in Vermont and around the country. (Jan 14, 2020)

on family : So the average family in America that today makes $60,000 would pay $1,200 a year, compared to that family paying $12,000 a year. (Jan 14, 2020)

on family : Look, the numbers that the mayor is offering just don't add up. The average family in America last year paid $12,000 in some combination of deductibles and co-pays and uncovered expenses and fees. (Jan 14, 2020)

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