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Cahill attacks health care law

Candidate says it’s bankrupting state; Calls national plan repeat of a mistake

Timothy P. Cahill’s criticism of the state health care law echoed that leveled by Scott Brown during his run for US Senate. Timothy P. Cahill’s criticism of the state health care law echoed that leveled by Scott Brown during his run for US Senate. (Wendy Maeda/ Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / March 17, 2010

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State Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill, an independent candidate for governor making a play for fiscally conservative voters, said yesterday that the state’s universal health care law is bankrupting Massachusetts and will do the same nationally if Congress passes a similar plan. (Full article: 1000 words)

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