SPOTLIGHT: Candidates debate health industry contributions

Candidates debate health industry contributions
Increasingly, presidential hopefuls like John Edwards and Hillary Rodham Clinton are attracting contributions from major health industry organizations. Now, however, candidates have begun to debate whether it's appropriate to accept more money from the healthcare industry, given the central role health reform is playing in the coming election. Article

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