A few of the presidential candidates in recent days have revealed more about where they stand on the Affordable Care Act.
The subject came up at last night’s Democratic presidential debate. The five contenders all support health reform, but Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont Independent, restated his support for universal coverage, as The Huffington Post noted.
"We should not be the only major country that does not guarantee health care as a right," Sanders said.
“We agree on the goal,” she said. “We just have different means.”