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Democrats clash on healthcare, border in scrappy first U.S. presidential debate

Reuters Thursday, 27 June 2019
Democratic presidential contenders battled over healthcare coverage and border policy on Wednesday during a surprisingly heated first debate that laid bare the party's divisions on whether to abolish private insurance and shift to a Medicare-for-All system.
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