Seven of the eight biggest names on the Democratic presidential campaign are expected to take part in a candidates' forum March 24th at UNLV.
New York Senator Hillary Clinton and Illinois Senator Barack Obama head the lineup in the forum focusing on health care.
It's being sponsored by the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the Service Employees International Union.
Former vice presidential nominee John Edwards, Senator Christopher Dodd, former Senator Mike Gravel, Congressman Dennis Kucinich and New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson are scheduled to attend.
Senator Joe Biden of Delaware is the only top candidate not scheduled to be there. His campaign's citing a family obligation.
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