Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has called his "Medicare for All" plan "far more progressive" than the plan Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren released last week.
“The function of health care is to provide health care to all people, not to make $100 billion in profits for the insurance companies and the drug companies. So, Elizabeth Warren and I agree on that. We do disagree on how you fund it. I think the approach that (I) have, in fact, will be much more progressive in terms of protecting the financial well being of middle income families,” Sanders told ABC News.