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Join the Debate: Health Issues in the 2000 Election


Developed as part of a nonpartisan public education initiative of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and the League of Women Voters Education Fund, this guide provides basic facts about five key health policy topics candidates are discussing in the 2000 election. These topics include health coverage for the uninsured, managed care and patients’ rights, Medicare reform, prescription drug coverage for seniors, and long-term care. The guide frames each area and describes major proposals that candidates may consider in order to help citizens make informed choices for their families, communities, and the nation.


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