It’s July 31st. Today, we Skimm’d This:
The big takeaway from last night’s democratic debate? Candidates are torn over ‘Medicare for All’: progressives’ answer to growing healthcare costs and lack of insurance. We’ll tell you why this proposal has led to so many arguments, and what you can expect tonight for part two.
Today, the Fed cut interest rates for the first time since 2008. We’ll explain who’s got an interest in this and what your wallet can expect.
theSkimm: Medicare for All was all the rage at last night’s democratic debate. And not necessarily in a good way. We’ll tell you why Dems are divided over it, and what to expect for the second part of the debate tonight. Meanwhile: today, the Fed cut interest rates for the first time in a decade. If you’re asking yourself, ‘why now?’ -- you’re not alone. But the Fed chair is telling everyone: think global. We’ll tell you what this news means for your wallet. Also on today’s episode: how one restaurant is taking ‘make lemons out of lemonade’ seriously.
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