Simple question defines complex health debate
Washington Post, February 25, 2008
The defining difference between Democratic presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama throughout the campaign has been their contrasting views whether the government should require all Americans to have health insurance. Clinton says yes, that such a requirement is essential for creating a system in which everyone has health coverage. Obama disagrees, arguing that the law should not force anyone to buy insurance they cannot afford.
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