: Mitt Romney's Massachusetts Health Care Law Could Flatline His 2012 Ambitions
Mitt Romney doesn't really want to talk about "RomneyCare," the universal health care plan he signed into law as Massachusetts governor. But the topic is already bubbling up in early primary states — offering a stark warning that his presidential run is likely to be haunted by unfavorable and potentially crippling comparisons between Romney's plan and President Barack Obama's sweeping national health care overhaul (Hunt, 2/22).
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