On the left, at least, the voters are once again way ahead of the politicians.
60 percent of Americans support single payer health care. So why is the party leadership dragging its feet?
Progressives and Democrats aren’t giving nearly the amount of attention they should to rural America if they hope to truly impact the elections.
Since 2010, Democratic senators who have refused to sponsor the bill have raised twice as much insurance industry cash as those who support the legislation.
This new surge of Democratic support for single-payer health care may just be the beginning.