Democratic Presidential Candidates Agree On Expansion Of Health Insurance
Six Democratic presidentialcandidates on Thursday during a debate in
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) said she "learned a lot" from herefforts to expand health insurance to all residents in the 1990s. She added,"Clearly one of the principal lessons is that you have to have a verystrong communication strategy, and we didn't do that." In addition,
Former Sen. John Edwards (N.C.) said that previous efforts to expand healthinsurance to all residents have failed because "we have a small group ofentrenched interests, corporate powers, corporate greed, the wealthiest peoplein
Sen. Joe Biden (
Sens. Chris Dodd (
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