Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled a plan Wednesday that he said will “end homelessness” and make access to affordable housing a “fundamental right” for all Americans.
New Hampshire finished fourth in a study by the website 24/7 Wall St. examining average student loan debt for college graduates in the 50 states.
“The revelations today confirm what we already knew: During his hearing, Kavanaugh faced credible accusations and likely lied to Congress,” Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders tweeted Sunday. “I support any appropriate constitutional mechanism to hold him accountable.”
While speaking before a left-wing Latino audience, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders pledged to end immigration raids and impose a “moratorium” on all deportations.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders may have previously debunked his own claim that Medicare for All would encourage corporations to raise wages since they won’t have to pay for employee health care.
It may be that in the 21st century, the most heroic act for a young American will be to play a small but faithful part in this rebuilding effort—to get married and cleave to one’s spouse, till death do they part.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’s opening statement had people on social media wondering what was going on with his voice.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota went after Sen. Bernie Sanders during Thursday night’s Democratic debate on his Medicare For All position.
“Today’s final rule puts an end to an egregious power grab, eliminates an ongoing patchwork of Clean Water Act regulations, and restores a long-standing and familiar regulatory framework while we consider public comments on our proposed revised definition of waters of the United States.”
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was reportedly the most aggressive out of all 10 candidates on stage at ABC News’ presidential debate Thursday, according to an NBC News Graphics tally.
Average premiums for “benchmark” plans declined slightly (0.83%) in 2019, for the first time in the program’s history. The better news is that this overall decline was driven by seven states that obtained waivers to deviate from certain Obamacare mandates.