This article makes a good point Sanders should talk about: “It would be far, far better if union workers didn’t have to dedicate so much of their energy just to secure decent health coverage. In fact, union leaders have long bemoaned the fact that an enormous portion of their bargaining power must be expended on trying to get healthcare costs covered” (Current Affairs)
As the Nevada Democratic presidential caucuses a week from this Saturday heat up Medicare For All will be much debated. Opposed by powerful unions there because it would replace private insurance plans, the Pete Buttigieg campaign, with 100 staffers on the ground and ads on air, hope to undermine Sanders.
“Culinary union hands out flyers to members claiming Sanders would end their health insurance” (The Nevada Independent)