Big Issue: Voters look for answers on healthcare
A survey taken last month shows that 78% of voters say healthcare is a very important or extremely important issue. Both presidential candidates have promised that, if elected, they'll propose significant changes to the way Americans purchase health insurance. The process as it currently stands is often cumbersome and confusing, and has left 47 million people in the United States uninsured.
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