Campaign Fights over Health Care Could Be Costly Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards have spent much of the past week criticizing one another over the details of their health plans. Some analysts warn that the candidates may be hurting the chances of advancing the health care changes that they do agree upon.
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Campaign Fights over Health Care Could Be Costly

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Campaign Fights over Health Care Could Be Costly

Campaign Fights over Health Care Could Be Costly

Campaign Fights over Health Care Could Be Costly

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Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards have spent much of the past week criticizing one another over the details of their health plans.

Some analysts warn that the candidates may be hurting the chances of advancing the health care changes that they do agree upon.