The New York Times: “On the Republican side, few candidates have been better prepared to deal with the issue than former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, who helped push through that state’s bipartisan health plan.” (Robin Toner, “2008 Candidates Vow To Overhaul U.S. Health Care,” The New York Times, 7/6/07)
Governor Romney Will Apply Free-Market Principles To Health Care:
Governor Romney Unveiled A Bold Plan To Improve The Health Care System By Putting Conservative, Market-Based Principles To Work. “Governor Romney’s health care reform plan is a comprehensive solution to America’s health care ills that expands access to affordable, portable, quality, private health insurance. Rather than relying on a one-size-fits-all, government-run system, Governor Romney’s plan recognizes the importance of the role of the states in leading reform and the need for innovation in dealing with rising health care costs and the problem of the uninsured.” (Romney For President, “Expanding Access To Affordable Health Care,” Press Release, 8/24/07)
Governor Romney’s Plan Will Facilitate The Growth Of The Private Health Insurance Market. “Governor Romney believes that by expanding and deregulating the private health insurance market, we can decrease costs and ensure that more Americans have access to affordable, portable, quality, private health insurance.” (Romney for President, “Expanding Access To Affordable Health Care,” Press Release, 8/24/07)
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