The rule is set to go into effect on Jan. 1, 2021.
The president will support different, bipartisan legislation in the Senate.
Bezos, the world’s richest man, is worth a staggering $111.5 billion.
It would extend health insurance coverage to every American.
So far, the Massachusetts senator has refused to say whether she’ll finance the shift to a single-payer system by imposing higher taxes on the middle class.
"This is the future," Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel said. "It's the future and the past coming together, actually."
"Safe and effective is the message here," said Dr. Sarah Armstrong, a Duke University pediatrics professor and the policy's lead author.
A top economic adviser to President Obama says Sen. Elizabeth Warren's Medicare-for-all plan will not be a winner in 2020.
The decision is another setback to efforts by President Donald Trump and his allies in many Republican-led states to put conditions on low-income people seeking taxpayer funded benefits.
Over the past six years manufacturers of 3D equipment have paid doctors and teaching hospitals more than $240 million.
A single-payer health care system would cost more than the government currently spends on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid combined.
Unlike some of her top opponents, Warren has not unveiled a signature health care plan.
IWF Policy Director Hadley Heath Manning discusses why Social Security is not a great deal for current and future retirees.
The biggest source of waste, according to the study, is administrative costs, including inefficient rules, forms and requirements.
Funds can be withdrawn tax-free so long as they are used for qualified medical expenses.
President Trump set to defend Medicare for seniors
Hologic CEO Steve Macmillan on health care and how to screen for breast cancer.
The feds took down a major Medicare fraud that preyed on genetic testing trend, read how it took place and where.
'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert pressed Elizabeth Warren on whether middle class taxes will rise under her Medicare for all plan.
The Federal Reserve will require eight large insurance companies to raise their capital requirements in a preemptive safety move.