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Comparing George W. Bush and Al Gore's Prescription Drug Plans

Guests: John Goodman CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis Advised Gov. Bush in his healthcare policy Chris Jennings Deputy Assistant to the President for Healthcare Policy Polls indicate that many voters are worried about drug prices and the need for a prescription drug plan for seniors. Vice President Gore, who favors a voluntary plan for all Medicare beneficiaries with coverage of half the cost of annual drugs up to a maximum of $5,000 per year, has openly criticized Governor Bush for being slow to release his own plan. Join host Juan Williams for a look at the plans for prescription drug coverage proposed by the presidential candidates.

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