How the nation’s most prominent doctors group almost dropped its opposition to Medicare-for-all

 https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/…

“In a striking vote at its annual meeting this week, the American Medical Association’s policymaking arm nearly voted to overturn the physician group’s longstanding opposition to single-payer health care.

The House of Delegates, which sets the policy priorities and positions for the nation’s best-known medical association, voted on a resolution to reverse the organization’s opposition to single-payer. The vote failed, but narrowly: 47 percent voted to eliminate opposition to single-payer as an official policy position of the AMA, while 53 percent voted to maintain it.”

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