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Vukmir, Baldwin spare over health care, supreme court in senate debate

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Vukmir, Baldwin spare over health care, supreme court in senate debate

Vukmir, Baldwin spare over health care, supreme court in senate debate

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Tammy Baldwin and Leah Vukmir discussed the role of medical marijuana and the nomination process of Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

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Vukmir, Baldwin spare over health care, supreme court in senate debate

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Tonight wisconsin democratic senator tammy baldwin took on republican candidate leah vukmir in a televised debate.

The two were asked about a variety of topics including - abortion, immigration, marijuana legalization.

Baldwin says she would support federally changing the drug from a schedule 1 to schedule 2 to allow research on it's benefits.

Vukmir - wants it left up to the states, saying there are "no medical indications for it's use."

One of the biggest topics - health care.

Baldwin supports strengthening the affordable care act while vukmir says she backs a free- market health care.

(((12:17 imagine if you don't have private insurance and you're that person who has a rare lung disease, you're not able to see your special doctor.

That's what senator baldwin wants us to do.

12:28)))(((13:32 it has been my life's work to fight to make sure that america's have access to affordable, quality healthcare regardless of preexisting condition or other factors, that we don't have an age tax for people over 50, 13:45))) another spot where they disagreed - the need for an fbi investigation into the allegations of sexual misconduct against now supreme court judge brett kavanaugh.

Vukmir... saying baldwin made up her mind about the judge and didn't allow for due process.




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