Candidates Fix on Health Care As the presidential race nears an end, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry put extra focus on health care -- and the small percentage of undecided voters who say the issue could affect how they cast their ballot. Some experts believe neither candidate's plan will bring down medical costs. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.
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Candidates Wrestle with Health Care Fix

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Candidates Wrestle with Health Care Fix

Candidates Wrestle with Health Care Fix

Candidates Wrestle with Health Care Fix

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As the presidential race nears an end, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry put extra focus on health care — and the small percentage of undecided voters who say the issue could affect how they cast their ballot. Some experts believe neither candidate's plan will bring down medical costs. NPR's Julie Rovner reports.