Healthcare no longer near top of election agenda
For months, the cost and availability of healthcare were daily fodder in the debate over which Democratic candidate would do a better job as president. But now healthcare has taken a backseat to the economy, the price of gas, and the war in Iraq as the top issues in the Presidential campaign.
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