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Bush, Kerry Face Off on Domestic Issues

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Bush, Kerry Face Off on Domestic Issues

Bush, Kerry Face Off on Domestic Issues

Bush, Kerry Face Off on Domestic Issues

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Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry and President George Bush talk on the stage after their final debate on Oct. 13. hide caption

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In their final debate, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry differ sharply on domestic issues, including taxes, education and the economy. On health care, the president promotes medical savings accounts. Kerry argues that providing health coverage for all Americans is paramount. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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