I'll be honest, I haven't had a chance to read the whole thing yet. But you can see the highlights here:
Skimming the plan, it appears that Biden would not make health insurance mandatory, so this is not quite a universal health care plan (as Edwards and Clinton have proposed).
Under Biden's plan, all children would be covered, and steps would be taken to improve adults' access to health insurance, including a Federal Employee Health Benefit Buy-In and a Medicare Buy-In for adults age 55 to 64.
This seems most similar to Obama's health care proposal, which also would put us on the road toward covering all children and more adults.
I like that the consensus Democratic position has moved much further toward universal health care reform than we were a few years ago.
Also, all of the Democratic candidates are supporting common-sense policies like letting Medicare negotiate for lower drug prices.
What do you think?