Healthcare a big issue in Congressional races

While the presidential candidates certainly have healthcare platforms, the topic isn't coming up in their talks as often as one might think. However, healthcare has been an prominent part of virtually every Congressional race, with issues like the potential expansion of SCHIP and access to care for the uninsured coming up for candidates in both parties, notes the New York Times in a new analysis. Article

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