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Health Care And The Campaigns: A Discussion

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Health Care And The Campaigns: A Discussion

Election 2008: Issues

Health Care And The Campaigns: A Discussion

Health Care And The Campaigns: A Discussion

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Carrie Staton is an uninsured mother of two; her husband has multiple sclerosis and she's coping with diabetes. Ralph Smith is a small business owner struggling to pay for his employees' health benefits. Smith and Staton both live in the swing state of Virginia.

Gail Wilensky and David Cutler, health care advisers to John McCain and Barack Obama, respectively, talk to host Andrea Seabrook about how the nominees' health care plans might help Smith and Staton.

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