Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton targeted health care costs and gun control at campaign event in Tennessee. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton targeted health care costs and gun control at a campaign rally at LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, Tennessee. "Out of pocket costs and prescription drug costs are just way too high," she said. " So, what I am proposing is a new tax credit of up to 5,000 dollars to to help families that have excessive health care costs." She also said, "I will also make it very clear that we are going to go after these high prescription drug costs." Clinton also spoke about gun violence saying, "I have met with the mothers of so many young people who have died both because of police action, and because of gun violence, and we need to tackle both." American voters are evenly split between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as their top choice to address the issue of terrorism following the Paris attacks, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found. Asked to choose from the entire field of 2016 presidential hopefuls, 20 percent of 1,106 respondents surveyed between Nov. 16-17 opted for Trump. An equal share of the electorate picked Clinton.