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Texas / Health Care / Mexico Option #887076

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 03, 2008
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(Columbus: Katie Couric) US Census Bureau statistics on the number of uninsured Texans cited.

(Dallas and Matamoros, Mexico: Byron Pitts) How Texans and other Americans are going to Mexico for their prescription drugs, medical and dental care and surgery examined. [Unemployed Brownsville resident Rosie PEREZ - cites her drug costs; laments losing her job and health care.] [Truck driver Gana JONES†- cites her medical costs in Mexico.] How such people would be covered under the health care plans of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama detailed and compared. [University of Texas-Pan American Jose PAGAN†- says people will always go back to Mexico for health care.]

Couric, Katie;
Pitts, Byron

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