Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

2 responses to “RI congressional delegation split on Medicare for All”

  1. Sally Jane Wilson

    Langevin gets great medical care and has complete access to everything he personally needs. I find it reprehensible that he does not fully support the same kind of medical care for every single one of his constituents! It really is as simple as that. As far as Reed is concerned, he is on his way out. Way too often, Sen. Reed has tried not to take a definitive stand on any controversial issue. That will not work under the current totalitarian regime! Reed is bewildered at town hall meetings by the anger and frustrations of his constituents, but he is unable to muster the moral or political courage to take a strong stand.

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  2. Langevin supports Medicare for All, Reed is only holdout

    […] for All, three of Rhode Island’s four-person delegation support the concept. Yesterday, RI Future reported half of them did. Senator Jack Reed, who long ago voted for a single payer system as a congressman, is the lone […]

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