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Nancy Price
Nancy Price

AIR DATE: May 25, 2011

Last week a federal judge ruled that the race to replace Dean Heller in Nevada's Second Congressional District would not be an open race and the major parties would have to select just one candidate to run in the race. So far the Democratic field has attracted three candidates including former Nevada System of Higher Education, Nancy Price. Nancy Price joins us to talk about how she would deal with the federal budget, the battle over Medicare and the nation's economic future.
Nancy Price, former regent, Nevada System of Higher Education, and candidate, Congressional District 2
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    The government wants to pay doctors less. How does this person expect to get more people to become underpaid practitioners? This more political irrationality
    JamesMay 25, 2011 09:17:26 AM
    If Medicare for all, we would have a good balance--ratio doctor to patient. Just curious, what should a doctor make on average?
    Nancy PriceMay 25, 2011 14:14:16 PM
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