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Baldwin in hot water over socialist health care

Senator Baldwin is in hot water again, this time over her support for a $32 trillion government takeover of the U.S. health care system that would kick every single American off the health care plans they know and like, in favor of an untested government-run health care system.

Leah Vukmir blasted Senator Baldwin in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel for supporting the socialist health care plan saying Baldwin’s radical plan would “destroy health care as we know it.” From Baldwin ignoring problems at the Tomah VA, to her support for a radical government run health care plan, it’s clear that Senator Baldwin just doesn’t have Wisconsin’s best interests at heart.

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Leah Vukmir claims Tammy Baldwin’s plans ‘will destroy health care as we know it’
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Bill Glauber
October 2, 2018
www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/elections/2018/10/02/leah-vukmir-claims-tammy-baldwins-plans-destroy-health-care-we-know/1497364002/

The health care battled heated up in Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate race Tuesday as Republican Leah Vukmir ripped into Democratic U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin’s support for “Medicare-for-all.”

“I truly believe that the direction that Senator Baldwin wants to take us in will destroy health care as we know it,” Vukmir said during an address to the Rotary Club of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Press Club, Vukmir said that “a government-run system that Senator Baldwin is proposing, a $32 trillion takeover of health care, is only going to lead to a decrease in access and decrease in quality of care.”

Health care has been a flash point in the race. Baldwin supports the Affordable Care Act while Vukmir wants to see it repealed and replaced.
In addition, Baldwin has signed on to the “Medicare-for-all” proposal from independent U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

Baldwin has been a proponent of universal health coverage, saying it would be less complicated and more affordable for working families, while reducing administrative costs for businesses and expanding coverage to the uninsured.

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