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Episode Info: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.), the Democratic presidential contender, used the following words over the weekend to defend her plan to pay for Medicare for All: "It doesn't raise taxes on anybody but billionaires….Understand this. This is no increase in taxes for anyone except billionaires….Period. Done." Non-billionaires will not pay "a penny more." This claim is a straight-up lie, says Reason features editor and resident health care policy specialist Peter Suderman in today's Reason Roundtable podcast. Co-roundtableists Nick Gillespie, Matt Welch, and Katherine Mangu-Ward dive into the weeds of Medicare policy and politics, jump into the fray of the latest social media panicking, and leave time enough for Ed Clark references and a bit of Libertarian Party presidential news. Audio production by Ian Keyser and Regan Taylor. Music credits: 'Evil Plan' by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC BY 3.0 'ok boomer w/jedwill' by Peter Kuli Relevant links from the show: "The Reason Podcast Is Now 3 Great New Podcasts. Subscribe!" by Katherine Mangu-Ward "Elizabeth Warren Wants To Pay for Medicare for All With a $9 Trillion Tax That Will Hit the Middle Class," by Peter Suderman "Aaron Sorkin, Mark Zuckerberg Feud Over Political Ads. Here's Why Sorkin's Wrong," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown "'We Can Fact Check Your Ass,' but Not When It Comes to Political Ads," by Nick Gillespie "Twitter's Ban on Political Ads Will Help Incumbent Politicians Maintain Power," by Scott Shackford "Can Big Tech Save Us From the Power of Government?" by Scott Shackford "Former Time Editor and CEO of Constitution Center (!) Wants To Cancel First Amendment, Pass Hate Speech Laws," by Nick Gillespie     ...
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