SPOTLIGHT: Healthcare playing major role in 2008 race

At this point, it's become a necessity for presidential hopefuls to take a position on healthcare. Candidates like Barack Obama (D-IL), Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) and John Edwards (D-NC) have all come out in favor of a universal health plan. Republicans like Mitt Romney and Tommy Thompson are expected to jump on the issue as well. But do the candidates really understand the issues? Article

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