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February 27, 2011


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As a Brit who doesn't know too much about US politics, can you explain why Romney's MA healthcare reforms were so bad? A few years ago, I thought it was being held up as an example of a state dealing with healthcare in a way that suited it, without the Federal government being involved.

Surely, the idea of a Federal system is that each of the states can do their own thing? Why would this mean that Romney automatically wants to impose the MA system on the whole US?

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