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Joe Biden unveils his alternative to 'Medicare for all'

WASHINGTON - Joe Biden unveiled a robust plan to expand Obamacare by adding a public program that all Americans could choose, as the former vice president argued Monday that medical insurance can be made universally accessible without scrapping the nation's current model of delivering healthcare.

The Biden plan would provide tens of billions of dollars in new healthcare spending in a bid to lower the out-of-pocket costs that families face for healthcare, make Medicare-style coverage available to any American who wants it and significantly expand tax credits to help people pay for insurance.

He would pay for that primarily by raising capital gains taxes on those earning more than

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