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Presidential Candidates Tout Health Care Plans

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Presidential Candidates Tout Health Care Plans

Election 2008

Presidential Candidates Tout Health Care Plans

Presidential Candidates Tout Health Care Plans

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With 47 million Americans uninsured, health care is sure to be a major issue on the campaign trail. In addition, contract talks going on between the United Auto Workers and General Motors hinge on retired workers' benefits. Sen. Hillary Clinton plans to roll out her health care plan on Monday.

Bob Laszewski, a health policy consultant, talks about the candidates' plans for solving the health care crisis with Noah Adams.