On Tuesday and Wednesday the second round of Democrat debates will air on CNN.
The key question Democrats are confronted with is whether to overhaul the nation’s healthcare system.
The healthcare system makes up around 18% of the American economy. The battle lines are being drawn on healthcare reform.
No element of the intense healthcare debate has been scrutinized more so far than the role of private insurers.
According to Business Insider, private insurers are the faultline along Democrats’ policy proposals.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren’s plans would virtually eliminate all private insurers.
Kamala Harris wants to expand Medicare with the aid of private insurers to achieve universal healthcare.
Joe Biden has promised to continue to defend Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act and add a “public option”.