Latest True Fact-checks in Health Check Nikki Fried stated on February 21, 2022 in a virtual town hall meeting: Florida is "49th in the nation when it comes to (Medicaid) funding” for people with disabilities. Tom Cotton stated on February 22, 2021 in a digital ad opposing Xavier Becerra's nomination to be HHS secretary: “Becerra supports Bernie’s government takeover of your health care, eliminating your employer-provided coverage.” Joe Biden stated on July 21, 2020 in a campaign speech: On home health workers’ low pay and limited benefits, “40% are still on SNAP or Medicaid.” Joe Biden stated on April 15, 2020 in comments at a virtual town hall meeting: “Until this week, they [OSHA] weren’t even enforcing these guidelines [for coronavirus]. Still today, OSHA is not specifying which rules employees must follow or how to keep their workers safe and healthy.” Barack Obama stated on April 14, 2020 in his online video endorsement of Joe Biden for president: Republicans “have shown themselves willing to cut millions off their health insurance and eliminate preexisting condition protections for millions more, even in the middle of this public health crisis." Joe Biden stated on February 19, 2020 in comments during the February Democratic primary debate in Las Vegas: “From the moment we passed that signature legislation, Mike (Bloomberg) called it a disgrace.” Elizabeth Warren stated on January 26, 2020 in comments made while campaigning in Davenport, Iowa.: "The president of the United States already has the legal authority to reduce the price of many commonly used prescription drugs." Bernie Sanders stated on January 14, 2020 in comments about his "Medicare for All" plan during the January Democratic presidential debate.: "We end the $100 billion a year that the health care industry makes." Elizabeth Warren stated on December 19, 2019 in comments made during the December Democratic presidential primary debate.: "Last year, 36 million Americans didn’t have a prescription filled because they couldn’t afford it." Andrew Yang stated on December 19, 2019 in comments during the December Democratic presidential primary debate.: "If you're a black woman, you're 320% more likely to die from complications in childbirth." Elizabeth Warren stated on November 4, 2019 in in an Instagram post: "If we make no changes over the next 10 years, Americans will reach into their pockets and pay out about $11 trillion on insurance premiums, copays, deductibles and uncovered medical expenses." Amy Klobuchar stated on April 22, 2019 in a CNN town hall event for Democratic presidential candidates: "Big pharmaceuticals pay off — they literally pay off — generics to keep the prices and the competition off the market."