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Clinton vs. Sanders: Which candidate has the best economic vision for California?




Bernie Sanders, left, and Hillary Clinton confer during a break in a December Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire.
Bernie Sanders, left, and Hillary Clinton confer during a break in a December Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire.
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With less than a week before the California primary, the Democratic presidential candidates are looking for more face-time with voters.

Bernie Sanders will host three rallies in California this week. Hillary Clinton, not to be outdone, canceled an event in New Jersey to campaign more in California before the primary.

In past speeches in the state, both candidates have given attention to one subject in particular: the economy. This raises the question: which Democratic candidate has the best economic plan for California, Sanders or Clinton?

Take Two called on two experts to analyze where the candidates stand on jobs, small business, and healthcare.

Guests:

Jobs

 

Thad Kousser’s take:

Ange-Marie Hancock’s take:

Small Business

Thad Kousser’s take: 

Candidate: Hillary Clinton

TLDR Version: More capital, less red tape, easy taxes

Official stance: here 

Ange-Marie Hancock’s take:

Healthcare

Candidate: Bernie Sanders

TLDR version: “You get medicare, and you get medicare, everyone’s gets medicare!”

Official stance: here

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Candidate: Hillary Clinton

TLDR version: Keep Obama’s dream alive

Official stance: here 

Thad Kousser’s take on both:

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