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

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on Medicare : There's a way to do that. The way to do that is to take Obamacare, reinstate -- rebuild it, provide a public option, allow Medicare for those folks who want it, and in fact make sure that we, in the process, reduce the cost of -- of drug prices, reduce the cost of being able to buy into the -- subsidize it further, and make it everybody � available to everyone. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : You can do it without that. You can do it without Medicare For All. You can get the same place. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : The proposal I lay out does, in fact, limit drug cost. It sets up -- it allows all the drug companies -- excuse me, it allows you to -- Medicare to negotiate with drug companies for the price. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : If they don't like it, or the employer gets rid of it, they can buy into a Medicare plan in the Biden plan. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : Medicare For All will end the absurdity of the United States paying by far the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs and health care in general, while we have 87 million uninsured -- uninsured and underinsured, and while 30,000 people die each year. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : Under Medicare For All, one of the provisions we have to pay for it is a 4 percent tax on income, exempting the first $29,000. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : Well, what I will tell you is Medicare For All, which will guarantee comprehensive health care to every man, woman and child, will cost substantially less than the status quo. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : Now is the time to take on the greed and corruption of the health care industry, of the drug companies, and finally provide health care to all through a Medicare For All single-payer program. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : Let us be clear what Medicare for all does. It ends all premiums. It ends all copayments. It ends the absurdity of deductibles. (Jan 14, 2020)

on Medicare : We build in to our Medicare for all program a transition fund of many, many billions of dollars that will provide for up to five years income and health care and job training for those people. (Jan 14, 2020)

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