Alison Kodjak, NPR:
She’s not looking to be a revolutionary like her opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. He wants to replace private health insurance with a universal health care system in which the government pays the bills.
Instead, Clinton has gone all in with Obamacare, embracing the controversial health law and promising to defend and expand it.
“I am a staunch supporter of President Obama’s principal accomplishment, namely the Affordable Care Act,” she said in a debate in Milwaukee on Feb. 11.
Her plan to expand Obamacare consists of a slew of wonky measures that together are intended to cut costs and improve coverage for patients.