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Debating the Debate

AIR DATE: August 27, 2009

The health care debate has gone from academics discussing "single-payer system" and "bending the cost curve" to angry crowds berating politicians. So could we have a better debate? How is the debate being shaped in Southern Nevada? Does it matter if there's only one tele-town hall? We discuss that with health care expert Chris Cochrane and Joseph Valenzano who teaches political rhetoric at UNLV.

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