Kerry and Bush’s dueling health care proposals would address rising costs and the growing number of uninsured people in different ways. We’ll look at what their opposing philosophies would mean for American health care.

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  • Gail Wilensky economist, senior fellow at Project HOPE; former administrator of Medicare and Medicaid and health policy adviser in the George. H.W. Bush Administration.
  • Sarah Bianchi national policy director for John Kerry's presidential campaign

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