SPOTLIGHT: McCain unveils his reform scheme

During this election cycle it's obligatory for presidential candidates to offer a detailed health reform proposal, rather than making the vague pronouncements of previous years. Yesterday, it was John McCain's turn at the plate. The Republican candidate's plan, unlike Democratic proposals, would not require people to carry health insurance, but would offer tax credits as a means of helping consumers buy coverage. Article

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