N.J. Doctors Hit the Campaign Trail

New Jersey doctors are trying a new treatment to cure their state's high medical malpractice insurance rates. They're campaigning door-to-door in key legislative districts, trying to swing the state's balance of power toward Republicans who support lower rates. They're also pumping a lot of money into local races. Eugene Sonn reports.



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