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Why People In Republican-Leaning Areas Seem More Likely To Die Prematurely

Why People In Republican-Leaning Areas Seem More Likely To Die Prematurely

Update: 2022-06-144
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One theory: as polarization pushed policy-making out of Congress and toward states, divergent policies passed in red and blue-leaning states may have caused a big — and growing — gap in health outcomes.

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This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez, and health correspondent Allison Aubrey.

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Why People In Republican-Leaning Areas Seem More Likely To Die Prematurely

Why People In Republican-Leaning Areas Seem More Likely To Die Prematurely

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