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Kerry Courts Support from Business Leaders

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Kerry Courts Support from Business Leaders

Kerry Courts Support from Business Leaders

Kerry Courts Support from Business Leaders

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Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry has succeeded in winning more support from corporate executives than Bill Clinton did in his 1992 White House run. Kerry's corporate supporters typically cite his plans to reform health care, cut the federal budget deficit and revamp foreign policy. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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