How much longer will Elizabeth Warren dodge the middle-class tax increase question?

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Warren has assembled a well-organized campaign there and leads Buttigieg in Iowa, where the South Bend, Indiana, mayor's longshot presidential campaign is competing heavily and trying to break through.

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Warren then spoke for about two minutes, during which she never addressed the question about whether middle-class taxes would go up. Bernie Sanders of Vermont to provide medical care for all sighting the cost and how he was going to pay for it. Still, people are not easily going to believe a new program can be better than everyone's private insurance and that it will wipe out all those out-of-pocket costs, including premiums, copays, deductibles, and non-covered procedures.

Colbert: But will their taxes go up?

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"But, here's the thing", Warren started before Colbert interrupted. "I've listened to these answers a few times before, and I just want to make a parallel suggestion for you about how you may defend the middle-class taxes that perhaps you're not mentioning". She has unleashed an avalanche of policy proposals aimed at all number of things from universal childcare to universal health care to boosting Social Security payments and beyond.

Warren did not, instead emphasizing what American families would pay in total cost. "We're going to put it out there and let Americans choose, because I trust you to make the right decision for your family when it comes to your health care". And she's made clear that she has no intention of authoring a comprehensive health care plan of her own during the Democratic primary contest. Biden has said his proposal would cost roughly $740 billion over a decade. Also, yes your taxes will go up.

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"Isn't "Medicare for All" like public school?" asked Colbert. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., into second place among the huge field of Democratic hopefuls.

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