About 150 people, most dressed in white lab coats or decorative scrubs, filled the auditorium at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center on Thursday afternoon to hear U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., unveil her plan to make America's health care system better. The speech is the second in a series of three addresses that will ultimately detail Clinton's comprehensive plan for providing health care to the entire nation.

"I think during her husband's presidency, she tackled the health care industry and that's where a lot of her knowledge came from," said Darko.

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