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Campaign '88 / Long-Term Health Care Issue #319808

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 14, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Problem of financing long-term health care featured. [Goffstown, New Hampshire, resident Sue FISHER - explains costs for mother's care.] [Child Sara FISHER - says grandmother was special.] Cost of nursing home care detailed; American Association of Retired Persons TV ad shown. Positions of president cands. on issue of long-term health care reported [Senator Robert DOLE - comments.] [New Hampshire Medicaid director Philip SOULE - discusses financing of health care.] Willingness to financial long-term health care discussed; WEVO radio talk show on issue played. [Muriel ROY - says nothing is being done about long-term health care.]

Spencer, Susan

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