Economists take critical view of health plans
Healthcare economists recently critiqued the plans of the two presidential candidates, and found John McCain's health plan won't lower the ranks of the uninsured and Barack Obama's fails to curb the soaring cost of healthcare. The critiques reflect fundamental disagreements over how to improve access to health coverage, and provide warnings about what could go wrong with each candidate's plan.
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