A panel talks about why health care is emerging as a top issue early in the presidential campaign, what the candidates are proposing, and how the issue may develop as the campaigns intensify.

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  • Jean Lambrew associate professor of health policy at George Washington University
  • Grace-Marie Turner president of the Galen Institute
  • Amy Goldstein national social policy reporter for "The Washington Post"

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