Democratic candidates agree U.S. in health care crisis of soaring costs

01/14/2004 |

The Democratic Party's nine presidential candidates are proposing major new programs for guaranteed health insurance as an outgrowth of their consensus that a health care crisis of soaring costs and declining coverage has returned to the U.S. The candidates disagree on how health care should be expanded and how to pay for it, but they agree on spending more for care, most of them offering plans many times more expensive than the Bush administration's $89 billion plan to cover the 43 million uninsured.

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