Mary Agnes Carey

Kaiser Health News

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Mary Agnes Carey is Editor and a senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News, an editorially independent news organization at the Kaiser Family Foundation. She formerly served as associate editor for Congressional Quarterly's HealthBeat.

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In Washington, healthcare remains one of America’s most divisive issues.  We’ll get a preview of this year’s congressional election campaigns.

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In Washington, healthcare remains one of America’s most divisive issues.  We’ll get a preview of this year’s congressional election campaigns.

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