As the national media sifts through thousands of pages of newly released documents from the Bill ClintonBill ClintonJudiciary chairman wants FBI briefing on Clinton probe Clinton to campaign in Arizona days before election Judicial Watch sues FBI for Clinton investigation records MORE presidency, searching for nuggets on Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonHuckabee makes Weiner joke Poll: Trump within 3 points in NH Kaine: Dems will use nuclear option if GOP blocks court nominee MORE, it's ironic to read people working on Hillary's healthcare plan in 1993 acknowledged to each other that patients weren't likely to keep their doctors after reform, and that, no, their premiums would not go down. It is ironic too that she chose this week to wade into the healthcare debate.
Clinton has said she will make a decision on running for president in 2015, after the midterm elections. But almost a year before then, Clinton is the new star of the healthcare debate. What changes will be needed? And what is her plan? Those questions will be coming her way soon. Does she want to answer them?
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