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Danny Tarkanian

AIR DATE: November 24, 2009

Republican Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian is pushing an initiative that will allow Nevadans to vote on whether the state should opt out of any government-operated health insurance scheme - the so-called "public option." Tarkanian joins us in the studio to explain why his initiative is needed. We're also joined by Chris Cochrane of UNLV. He teaches public health administration and Eric Herzik of UNR. He teaches political science and explains the political and constitutional significance of Tarkanian's proposal.

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