Fixing the health care worker shortage may be something Congress can agree on

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is chairing the Senate

The U.S. faces a shortfall of about 450,000 nurses and 120,000 doctors in the coming years. The Senate’s top health committee, led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, is considering bipartisan solutions.

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