Deaths fell after Massachusetts healthcare overhaul: study
When Massachusetts blazed the trail of healthcare reform in 2006 by expanding coverage for the poor and requiring all residents to have health insurance, it may have done more than serve as a model for nationwide reform: it also seemed to save lives, according to a study released on Monday.
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#2 May 6, 2014
Uh oh, more Poors healthy enough to vote. If this starts to trend nationwide, the GOP will be finished even earlier than predicted.
#3 May 6, 2014
Have an adult read you the article, pinhead. Those facts are truly "pesky things"
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#5 May 7, 2014
The democRats lie about everything. Why should this "study" be any different?
#6 May 7, 2014
For those of you who refuse to read the article and instead comment on headlines...."Sommers cautioned that the findings may not apply nationwide. For one thing, Massachusetts has an abundance of doctors and hospitals, many of whom accept the newly insured. Under Obamacare, people whose new insurance is not accepted by many healthcare providers might have coverage on paper but not easy access to healthcare."
You know, one of the many arguments made during the Dem's "it works great in MA" hype.
#7 May 7, 2014
They kidnapped that ugly kid from Connecticut. They can all go straight to hell!!
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