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August 31, 2004

Bush, Kerry Spar Over New Uninsured Numbers

The release of new U.S. Census Bureau data showing an increase in the number of Americans without health insurance took center stage in the political arena the week of Aug. 23, with the Bush administration blaming the increased numbers on Congress.

Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., however, cited those numbers to suggest that Bush has favored health insurers and drug manufacturers instead of the sick and those struggling to afford health coverage.
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Posted by Tom Troceen


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