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Today, Sept 13, 2017 is a historic day in the struggle for universal healthcare in the U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has unveiled his bill for a Medicare for all, single-payer system. It joins a similar measure in the House, H.R.676 sponsored by John Conyers. Now, although the Sanders bill has almost no chance of passing the Republican-controlled Senate, it’s still a major turning point. Joining Sanders are a number of prominent Democrats openly supporting single-payer for the first time. Many of them are expected to run for the White House in 2020. That’s a major change from recent years when no Democratic hopeful, except for Sanders, was willing to back single-payer. But now it appears no Democratic candidate can ignore its momentum…