The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib discusses the ways the healthcare debate leading up to midterm elections has changed over the last few weeks. Democrats in some races are running on healthcare and emphasizing Republicans' desires revoke its positive features. Meanwhile, Republicans want to pass their own healthcare reform bill, which is a change from their support of simply repealing Obamacare.
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