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Where They Stand

2012 Presidential Candidate Positions on Health Care

Controversy over the health care reforms that were signed into law in 2010 made it very clear that the government's role in our health care system will play a major role in the 2012 presidential elections. Health care policy is driven by a complex set of economic, political and moral factors, which lead to a wide range of approaches.

We take a look at where the top contenders for the 2012 presidential elections stand on health care issues, including their positions on the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, abortion and role of government regulation of insurance.

Candidates' positions via their official websites with additional information and congressional voting records via OnTheIssues.org.

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