Brief Dr. Bradley or Dr. Gore? There's a lot more than a dime's worth of difference in their prescriptions
John Holahan, Len Nichols
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[Washington Post] Although some profess to see little difference between the health care proposals of Vice President Gore and former senator Bill Bradley, the two Democratic presidential candidates do in fact offer very different answers to the key questions: Who deserves help buying insurance, who should pay for it, and how much? The plans merit careful analysis and a fair debate, which could clarify a number of choices for all American voters.
Research Areas Economic mobility and inequality Health and health care
Tags Fiscal policy Health insurance