Health Insurance

NPR's Julie Rovner compares the health insurance plans of Presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush. Both offer some form of tax credits for uninsured people to obtain coverage. Some analysts say the tax incentives are structured in such as way, that they may not substantially reduce the number of people who don't have health insurance.

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