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27 Sep Politico: What Candidates Said (and Mostly Didn’t) About Healthcare

The White House hosts an Obamacare summit on reaching millennials, and a key vote related to Zika funding is expected to fail today. But first: What candidates said (but mostly didn’t) about health care last night.

FEISTY DEBATE, BUT HEALTH CARE MOSTLY MIA — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump squared off for the first time at Hofstra University, but for all the sparks — and Trump’s persistent sniffling — there were only a few passing mentions of health policy and health-adjacent topics, all volunteered by the candidates. Here’s what they said.

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