Clinton sought an advantage over the Vermont senator on curbing gun violence. Sanders, meanwhile, twice assailed the former secretary of state for accepting big money in speaking fees from Wall Street, drawing some boos as he did so.
Health care emerged as a major dividing line, placing the future of President Barack Obama‘s health care law in the spotlight. Just two hours before the debate, Sanders released a proposal that would create a “Medicare for all” health care system funded by higher taxes on middle class families and the wealthy. Clinton warned that reopening the health care debate would put Obama’s health care law at risk.
Trailing in preference polls by a wide margin, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley tried to enter into the conversation with mixed results.
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