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How Do the Democratic Candidates Differ?

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton wave to the audience at a debate sponsored by the Texas Democratic Party, Univision and CNN on March 4.
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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton wave to the audience at a debate sponsored by the Texas Democratic Party, Univision and CNN on March 4.
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When the two Democratic presidential hopefuls are asked how their policies differ, Sen. Barack Obama often points to foreign policy, while Sen. Hillary Clinton brings up health care. But what about the environment, the economy, education and immigration? Guests discuss where Clinton and Obama agree and disagree on the issues.

Guests:

Julie Rovner, NPR's health policy correspondent

Kirk Victor, staff correspondent, National Journal

Michael Hirsh, senior editor, Newsweek Magazine

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