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Rivals tag Romney on healthcare pitch

Cite provisions of Mass. law he now disavows

Mitt Romney, speaking at a campaign office in Iowa this week, takes pride in the healthcare overhaul he helped enact in Massachusetts, but as a presidential candidate, his health plan for the nation would not mandate a sign-up penalty. Mitt Romney, speaking at a campaign office in Iowa this week, takes pride in the healthcare overhaul he helped enact in Massachusetts, but as a presidential candidate, his health plan for the nation would not mandate a sign-up penalty. (Shannon Stapleton/reuters)
Globe Staff And Associated Press / November 16, 2007

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Mitt Romney's top rivals reminded voters that Massachusetts residents had until yesterday to sign up for health insurance or face possible tax penalties - and criticized the mandate as unwarranted government intrusion. (Full article: 664 words)

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