Suddenly, The Health Care Crisis Has Democrats Feeling Robust

After months of soul-searching, Democrats have decided that the health care crisis may be just the issue they've been seeking to frame their 1992 assault on George Bush. Polls show that voters, angered by cutbacks in employer-paid health plans, want relief from skyrocketing medical costs. Seizing the moment, Senate Majority Leader George J. Mitchell (D-Me.) will introduce legislation in early June to extend health benefits to all Americans.

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