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a former chief of army staff, he holds the reputation of a no-nonsense man."We face a range of terrorist threats, had been freed on parole just six months earlier for a series of charges including aggravated burglary and theft. about 160, Open enrollment in Minnesota begins Nov.In a recent debate before a union-member crowd,C. with a new president and Republican-controlled Congress the debate is how and whether the GOP can repeal the federal health care law So far repeal attempts have failedDayton has long said he supports single-payer health care but on a national level and this year came out with a public option to allow all Minnesotans to buy into a state system The Republican Legislature rejected Dayton’s proposalIf a Democrat wins the 2018 election he or she may struggle with similar political realities Earlier this year deep blue California tabled a measure to bring single-payer health care to that stateRepublican waging different fightMinnesota Republicans are having a debate of their own on their equally crowded side of the governor’s race Among Republicans the theme is getting distance from MNsure the health exchange created after the federal government rolled out the Affordable Care ActIn a flare-up among Republicans last month former party chair-turned-candidate Keith Downey accused fellow candidate Matt Dean of not working hard enough to rescind MNsure at the Capitol Dean a state representative from Dellwood hit back that he has "devoted my legislative priorities to killing" MNsure and called Downey’s attacks "embarrassing and tragic"The GOP Legislature earlier this year approved millions in state spending to subsidize those with skyrocketing increases in their health insurance costs and to fund a multimillion dollar reinsurance plan to keep costs down Meanwhile through executive actions President Donald Trump has opened the health insurance market to plans that do not meet Obamacare standards and ended certain federal subsidies for health insurance Minnesota is suing over the latter"ObamaCare is a broken mess" the president said on Twitter "Piece by piece we will now begin the process of giving America the great HealthCare it deserves"National and state Republicans have dismissed Democratic support for single-payer health care as a doomed budget-busting big-government takeover of patients’ most crucial rightsGrowing single-payer supportFor most Democrats running for governor however fighting to keep and improve Obamacare is not enough That’s a reflection of the growing support for government-paid health care"A majority of Americans say it is the federal government’s responsibility to make sure all Americans have health care coverage And a growing share now supports a ‘single-payer’ approach to health insurance" a Pew Research survey found this summerMore than half of Democrats in the national survey said they supported health care coverage through "a single national government program" That support is likely stronger among the Minnesota DFL activists who will winnow the gubernatorial field before next NovemberThe idea of single-payer health care is not new More than 40 years ago a health care prognosticator predicted in the Atlantic Magazine that "national health care" presumably financed by the federal government was just a few years awayBut it is getting new life"I’d argue on health care we’ve exhausted every other alternative" said longtime state Sen John Marty DFL-Roseville Marty who has run for governor twice has long pushed for a universal Minnesota-based health-coverage system He has introduced measures in the Legislature to make it happen and written a book about what he calls the "Minnesota Health Plan"At the DFL candidates forum in Duluth this past week Otto and state Reps Erin Murphy and Tina Liebling said pointedly that they supported single-payer health care"I’m a single-payer supporter" said Murphy a nurse who has long represented St Paul in the Minnesota House "I don’t want to wait for Congress I don’t have a lot of faith in Congress"State Rep Paul Thissen of Minneapolis said he supported "Medicare for all" a single-payer system being pitched by US Sen Bernie Sanders I-VT and others in WashingtonSt Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said health care should be universal comprehensive and affordable and US Rep Tim Walz of Mankato said he backed "universal access to health care"’A path’Otto the three-term state auditor now running for governor has given the most detail on her plan She proposes to funnel all the current state and federal health care dollars into a single trust fund bolstered with cash from new taxes and deliver health care coverage to all Minnesotans’If you are a Minnesota resident you are covered and that’s it" she saidHer proposal would do away with co-pays and deductibles — and much of the role insurance companies play now Instead health care providers would be paid quarterly per patient with incentives to keep people healthy She said the state would come up with a set of minimum benefits that all residents would receive and businesses or individuals could supplement those if they wishedThe plan still has some blank spaces in it She said she would work with lawmakers and others to figure out how and on whom to raise taxes Otto acknowledged that the federal funds Minnesota got for health care in the past may not be there in the future and that political realities at the Minnesota Capitol and in Washington DC, but there were a whole lot of other people in that legislative assembly that voted for those bills, The process took hours.

” A young boy whod been stuck in hospital for a month had a great surprise when his condition started improving – not only because he began to feel better, the officials met declined comment and offered sealed lips.

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