Republican vice peresidential candidate Jack Kemp stumped at a rally outside Cleveland Clinic last week, promising that healthcare reform in a Dole administration would not be bogged down in bureaucracy. He noted it had been three years since President Clinton's speech to Congress outlining his healthcare reform plan. The crowd of 500 booed when he reminded that Clinton had suggested business owners might have to raise prices to pay for the reforms. "That's not the solution to the healthcare problems of America," Kemp said. "We can make this system work better, not only for the majority, but minority men and women."
RALLY FOR HEALTHCARE
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