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90. Sen. Nina Turner on Health Equity, Poverty, and Medicare For All

Prognosis Ohio

90. Sen. Nina Turner on Health Equity, Poverty, and Medicare For All

May 20, 2021

90. Sen. Nina Turner on Health Equity, Poverty, and Medicare For All

On the penultimate episode of the season, Dan Skinner talks with former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner, who is running for U.S. Congress in Ohio’s 11th District. Topics include the relationship between inequality, poverty, and health; social determinants and infrastructure; Medicare for All; and the stakes of the special election to replace former Rep. Marcia Fudge, who is now Secretary of the Housing and Urban Development in the Biden administration. Show notes and links at prognosisohio.com and WCBE.org (under the Podcast Experience).

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