Fixing America's Health Care

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photoExit polls this week showed fixing health care as the number one concern of voters in New Hampshire. Almost 44 million Americans have no health insurance. Millions who are covered fear they one day won't be or that the coverage they have isn't good.

Democratic candidates on the campaign trail and President Bush in Washington have all taken note. Each has a vision of health care reform in America and there are differences that really matter.

Click the "Listen" link to hear about the current health care crisis in America and the choices ahead for the American voter.


David Cutler, professor of economics, Harvard University and author, "Your Money or Your Life: Strong Medicine for America's Health Care System" He served on President Clinton's health care task force and advised 2000 Democratic presidential candidate, Bill Bradley.

Milton Friedman, senior research fellow, Hoover Institution and 1976 Nobel Prize winner in Economics

Jack Beatty, On Point news analyst and a senior editor at The Atlantic Monthly

This program aired on January 29, 2004.


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