DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Kim Motl doesn't work in the health insurance industry. But her friends and neighbors do. So when she saw Sen. Elizabeth Warren recently in Fort Dodge, Iowa, Motl pressed the Democratic presidential candidate about her "Medicare for All" plan, which would replace private insurance with a government-run system.
"What about the little guys that work in the insurance business, that support our communities? The secretary that works for them, but maybe supports their family, what happens to them?" the 64-year-old housing advocate asked the senator.
"What happens to all of those people who lose their jobs?" Motl asked in a later interview.
Warren reassured her that jobs would not be lost because of her plan. But the exchange is a r