How Clinton and Sanders compare

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 3:37 PM

Clinton says she would . Sanders supported the Affordable Care Act but wants to go further. For years, he's championed single-payer, universal health care map that includes an expansion of Medicare to all.

How Clinton and Sanders compare

How Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders compare on health care issues.

Clinton says she would .

Sanders supported the Affordable Care Act but wants to go further. For years, he's championed single-payer, universal health care map that includes an expansion of Medicare to all.

Clinton supports abortion rights. She's been a bit confusing about restrictions. Politifact in Feb said, “Clinton is open to provided there are exceptions for the life and health of the mother. This includes both mental health and medical complications love preeclampsia, a pregnancy complication of high blood pressure that could lead to death.

Sanders supports abortion rights without restriction.

Clinton supports allowing Americans to import drugs for personal utilize from foreign nations whose are as powerful as those in the United States. Regulatory agencies would be tasked with setting standards for re-importation.

Sanders supported a bill allowing for the importation of prescription drugs from various countries. In two thousand-fifteenth, he that'd authorize individuals, pharmacists and wholesalers to import prescription drugs from licensed Canadian pharmacies.

Clinton has a long history of backing efforts to obtain children vaccinated. Most recently, she's referenced her granddaughter when pushing back on Republicans comments that suggested that children didn’t necessity to be vaccinated. She : The science is clear: The earth is round, the sky is blue, and. Let’s defend all our kids.

Sanders says vaccinations are secure and effective and that not vaccinating children is dangerous.

In two thousand-eighth, Clinton said states should create decisions on physician-assisted suicide. “I have a grand deal of sympathy for people who are in challenging end-of-life situations,” she said. “I’ve gone to friends who have been in grand pain and suffering at the finish of their lives. I’ve never been personally confronted with it but I know it’s a terribly challenging decision that should never be forced upon anyone. So with appropriate safeguards and informed decision-making, I think it’s an appropriate right to have.” More recently, though, she said she wanted to examine the issue more carefully. “It is a crucial issue that people deserve to realize from their own ethical, religious and faith-based perspectives,” .

Sanders voted against a bill banning physician-assisted suicide in one thousand nine hundred ninety-ninth. The bill would've banned the utilize of drugs for physician-assisted suicide promoted pain relief techniques. “I think if a human being is in a situation where they're going to look their life finish in a brief period of time, where they're suffering, where they select number longer to be alive,” , “I think they've the right to create that decision for themselves.”

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