Clinton has received more money from the pharmaceutical industry than any other candidate from either party in the 2016 election cycle.
Clinton's statements on single-payer include some myths that have long been perpetuated by the right.
Other "developed" nations spend about half as much on health care as the US and cover everyone.
How to respond to a critique that claims Sanders wants to dismantle Medicare? His plan - and just about every other single-payer bill (HR 676) he co-sponsored in the House of Representatives for years - does the exact opposite. Sanders' plan expands Medicare to cover everyone. Medicare is effectively a single-payer system for people over 65. Because it doesn't have to deal with countless private insurers, it has only 3.6 percent in administrative waste,compared to private insurance, which has about 31 percent in administrative waste. Canadian health care, incidentally, has less than 2 percent administrative waste.