Bradley's Insurance Plan

NPR's Patricia Neighmond reports from Los Angeles on the health insurance proposal announced by Democratic Presidential Candidate Bill Bradley yesterday. Under the Bradley plan, Americans would have medical insurance from birth to old age; premiums for middle-income earners would be federally subsidized; and the government would fully pay the cost of insuring low-income families.

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