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Bush, Kerry Spar over Plans for Economy

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Bush, Kerry Spar over Plans for Economy

Bush, Kerry Spar over Plans for Economy

Bush, Kerry Spar over Plans for Economy

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On the campaign trail, Sen. John Kerry and President Bush each accuse the other of costing voters more money. Kerry criticizes Bush for a sharp increase in health insurance costs. Bush predicts that Kerry will raise taxes. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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