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Study: Trump, Clinton Health Care Plans Vary Widely

Proposed health care plans from the leading presidential candidates found Donald Trump’s proposal would leave almost 20 million people without coverage while Hillary Clinton’s plan would widen the deficit by more than $90 billion.

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A new study comparing health care plans of the leading presidential candidates found that Donald Trump’s proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act would leave almost 20 million people without coverage and widen the deficit by $33 billion, while Hillary Clinton’s plan would extend coverage to more people, but widen the deficit by more than $90 billion. (Bloomberg)

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