SPOTLIGHT: Richardson's $110 billion universal health plan


Another Democratic presidential hopeful, this time Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico, has come out with a plan to reform the health system. His plan, which would require all U.S. citizens to get health coverage, would include a Medicare buy-in, expansion of federal programs and tax credits to help pay for coverage. What's really neat is that he claims we can do all of this without raising taxes. Article

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