McCain presses Obama on health plan penalties
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), October 16, 2008
As the presidential candidates push their healthcare plans, Sen. John McCain regularly presses Sen. Barack Obama to tell voters how big a fine he would impose on companies that don't offer their workers health insurance. Obama made a similar charge against former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton. Now Sen. McCain is taking the same tack in demanding that Sen. Obama detail his plans, a point McCain made again at Wednesday's presidential debate.
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