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Health Care Reform / The Debate #953428

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009
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(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) A Reality check on health care reform introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Nancy Cordes) A look at the realities of the Senate & House health care bills presented; CBS Poll figures on concerns about health care reform cited; details given about whether the plans would pay for themselves, who would pay for it via taxes, whether they will hurt Medicare, whether reform would cut costs, the coverage in a public option, the tax credits. [Several AMERICANS - offer their views on health care.] [Brookings Inst. Henry AARON†, Senator Kit BOND, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Maya MacGUINESS†, Kaiser Family Foundation vice president Diane ROWLAND†- offer views on costs.]

Rodriguez, Maggie;
Cordes, Nancy

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