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Candidates don’t see single-payer health care as short-term goal

Push for prescription price caps, increased eligibility to reduce costs

A station for COVID-19 testing operates in Bellingham in January. With elections coming up
A station for COVID-19 testing operates in Bellingham in January. With elections coming up (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
Health care is on the ballot, and when it comes to the debate on who, or what, should provide health

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