Republican presidential frontrunner Rudy Giuliani unveiled his own health care reform plan this week, creating tax incentives so people can shop for their own coverage. While getting his sound bites in against “socialists” proposing universal insurance, will his program win him any votes, or end up costing him the election if he takes the party’s nomination? NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman weighs in and seeks reader feedback on his blog today at

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