Major party candidates for governor square off on health care

Health care debate
The three major party candidates for governor, (left to right) Democrat Mark Dayton, Republican Tom Emmer and Independent Party candidate Tom Horner, talk health care issues on Friday, Sept. 24, 2010.
MPR Photo/Mark Zdechlik

The three major party candidates for governor in Minnesota --Republican Tom Emmer, Democrat Mark Dayton, and Independence Party candidate Tom Horner-- focused on health care issues at a debate sponsored by the Minnesota Hospital Association and Aging Services of Minnesota.

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