Mitt Romney: Repealing the health care law "would save $95 billion in 2016."

Mitt Romney has recently been emphasizing one of the favorite themes of the tea party movement: cutting government spending. He’s been getting pretty specific about some of his ideas, both in an op-ed in USA Today and in speeches on the campaign trail. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Nov 7, 2011 - 5:37 PM PST
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by Patricia L'Herrou - Nov. 10, 2011

this is good fact-checking because it lays out all the relevant information about mr. romney's statement, and doing so contradicts that statement. however, i can't tell if any of the savings comes from costs incurred by uninsured in hospitals and/or from what wellness care would prevent. i would like to see laid out the costs and savings information about romney's health care plan in massachusetts for comparisons

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