White House Senator hopeful Bernie Sanders Bernie SandersBiden leads, Warren and Sanders occupy second place in a new survey analysis: Harris, Buttigieg and Trump lead California's donations The Hill's Morning Report : Trump goes back from broadcasting her chants MORE (I-Vt.) On Friday revealed a plan to guarantee the "right to a safe retirement" while trying to maintain his progressive reputation in an intensifying competition even in democratic elementary school.
The plan, which was announced in the run-up to a roundtable discussion on senior campaign issues and the AARP Presidential Forum in Iowa this weekend, builds on several of Sanders' existing proposals, including "Medicare for All", lowering drug prices and the extension of social security.
"Yes, we can live in a country where every senior lives in dignity and security and does not have to choose between paying basic needs such as medicine, food or housing. We will do this by guaranteeing every American the right to a secure retirement, the opportunity to age in the community, and by expanding and improving Medicare for dental, hearing and visual aids, "Sanders wrote.
Beyond the Implementation of Medicare For all and the extension to the dental, hearing and vision fields, Sanders Health Care Plan will offer support and services to seniors at home "with no waiting lists, property and income restrictions and other obstacles".
Sanders announced that collective bargaining would strengthen domestic workers' rights and pass "domestic worker legislation" to ensure safe working conditions, hoping to recruit 7.8 million household and personal care workers by 2026.
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The plan would also expand the low-income support program to provide heating and cooling support, strengthen the program to combat starvation and reduce credit card rates to 15 percent and lower loan shark practices to protect seniors from "fraud and predatory financial practices and instruments".
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The plan is presented as Sanders faces an increasingly competitive Senator challenge. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenWarren adds Twitter biobid leads to her pronouns, Warren and Sanders take second place in the new poll The Hill's Morning Report: Trump returns after seeing MORE  (D-Mass.) Sung for the progressive coat of the Presidential Primary. Warren has presented a list of plans to reduce racial and economic inequalities and has backed legislation to secure American retirement accounts.
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