SPOTLIGHT: Hillary and healthcare: credit or blame?

As the presidential campaign gets hotter, and healthcare emerges as a central issue, candidates are beginning to attack Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's record as leader of her husband's failed health reform initiative. Of late her husband, former president Bill Clinton, has begun to suggest that he, not Hillary, deserves the blame for the problems with this effort. Rival presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, meanwhile, argues that Hillary shouldn't take credit for attempting early health system reforms if she won't accept blame. Article

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