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Bush Clinton Health Care Plans #869183

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 09, 1992
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(Studio: David French) Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan says both parties are playing politics with the health care plan.

(Washington: Jeff Levine) Both candidates are pitching plans to the New England Journal of Medicine; Bush proposal would extend coverage through system of tax credits and prevention; Clinton plan would put most of the burden on employers to provide coverage; Critics say neither candidates are suggesting what they would actually do. [Excerpts of George BUSH; Bill CLINTON; Interviews with Dr. Marcia ANGELL, NEJM; Gail WILENSKY, White House Advisor; Jay ROCKEFELLER, Senator (D) West Virginia; Alain ENTHOVEN, Stanford University.]

Levine, Jeff

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