Democratic presidential candidates participated in a health care forum in Las Vegas Saturday, voicing their concerns and strategies for the nation’s health care system. While candidates have different views, all agreed on expanded coverage and improved care.

Participants included Sen. Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonBoy Scouts chief apologizes for Trump’s Jamboree address Dem lawmaker: Boy Scouts leader should condemn Trump's 'inappropriate remarks' Tucker Carlson to interview Sessions from El Salvador MORE (N.Y.), Sen. Chris Dodd (Conn.), former Sen. John Edwards (N.C.), Rep. Dennis Kucinich (Ohio), former Sen. Mike Gravel (Alaska), Sen. Barack ObamaBarack ObamaBoy Scouts chief apologizes for Trump’s Jamboree address Dem lawmaker: Boy Scouts leader should condemn Trump's 'inappropriate remarks' OPINION | Trump, there is no better AG than Jeff Sessions — don't lose him MORE (D-Ill.), and Gov. Bill Richardson (N.M.).

Below are highlights from the forum, compiled by the Center for American Progress Action fund, which hosted the event along with the Service Employees International Union.