Two Incumbents in Conn. Race Heather Claborn of member station WNPR reports on the campaign in Connecticut between Republican Nancy Johnson and Democrat Jim Maloney. Johnson emphasizes her support for President Bush's policy toward Iraq, but independence from him on domestic issues. Maloney voted against the resolution giving the President authority to launch a preemptive military strike against Iraq. He says Johnson's position on health care is unduly influenced by the big contributions she receives from HMO's.
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Heather Claborn of member station WNPR reports on the campaign in Connecticut between Republican Nancy Johnson and Democrat Jim Maloney. Johnson emphasizes her support for President Bush's policy toward Iraq, but independence from him on domestic issues. Maloney voted against the resolution giving the President authority to launch a preemptive military strike against Iraq. He says Johnson's position on health care is unduly influenced by the big contributions she receives from HMO's.