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Canadian doctor schools U.S. Senator on public health care

Canadian Dr. Martin testifying before a U.S. Senate hearing on public health care on March 11, 2014. (C-SPAN)

Canadian Dr. Martin testifying before a U.S. Senate hearing on public health care on March 11, 2014. (C-SPAN)

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American Senators are a curious bunch -- in a highly partisan sort of way. So when Canadian doctor Danielle Martin testified before a U.S. Senate hearing on single-payer public heath care yesterday, Republican Senator Richard Burr did not ask things like, "What makes your system work so well?" or "How can we Americans be more like you?"

Here is how it went instead, for the record.


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