A fact-checking column in The New York Times looks at the various claims made by political candidates about the overall costs and benefits of Medicare for All.

A fact-checking column in The New York Times looks at the various claims made by political candidates about the overall costs and benefits of Medicare for All. The story notes that Gerald C. Friedman, economics, has estimated that a single-payer system would cost about $24 trillion. (New York Times, 11/9/19)