Obama, Clinton speak in Des Moines

Two Democratic presidential hopefuls were in Des Moines on Tuesday, facing off at different venues at 10 a.m. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., spoke on a wide range of topics such as health care, jobs, the economy and the war. Sen. Hilary Clinton, D-NY, discussed her three-point plan to bring an end to the war in Iraq.

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