Bernie Sanders on the Senator Floor talking about U.S. Income Inequality.
Senator Sanders has been a strong advocate for the US middle class. He recently introduced Access for All America Act.
would provide primary health care for all Americans at a significant savings. The measure also would address a critical shortage of primary care physicians by encouraging more students to enter medical professions.
Under the measure, a Federally Qualified Health Centers program would be expanded to serve the 56 million Americans living in areas that lack adequate services. It also would allow private doctors to serve more of the nation's low-income and uninsured population. Already a success in Vermont and many other states, the centers serve patients covered by Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and the uninsured