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Why Should I Vote for You?: Health Care
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Why Should I Vote for You?: Health Care

Why Should I Vote for You?: Health Care

Why Should I Vote for You?: Health Care
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Ever wish you could ask the candidates directly about the big issues on your mind? We give you the next best thing — representatives from the Bush and Kerry campaigns. NPR's Neal Conan kicks off a new series called "Why Should I Vote For You." First up: health care.

Guests:

Rex Cowdry, M.D., former associate director of the National Economic Council under President Bush; informal adviser on health policy to President Bush's campaign.

Christopher Jennings, senior health policy adviser under former President Clinton; now health advisor to Sen. Kerry's presidential campaign.

Mel Braman, uninsured house painter.

Stephen Culp, CEO of SmartFurniture.com

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