- Romney book distributed at GOP convention contains pro-healthcare reform content
Copies of Mitt Romney’s book, distributed at the GOP convention, retain a sentiment anathema to the GOP base — that the Massachusetts healthcare reform law could be a model for the nation.
The sentence that makes this case was changed for No Apology‘s paperback version, but reporters in Tampa received copies with the original wording along with other swag.
On page 177 of those copies, Romney writes that “portable, affordable health insurance” can be achieved “for everyone in the country, and it can be done without letting government take over healthcare.”
- Pregnancies from rape, unmarried sex ‘similar,’ says GOP Senate candidate
A second Republican Senate hopeful has waded into rough waters while explaining his conservative stance on abortion.
- NRCC hits Dem candidate for ‘end of life’ health costs remark
The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is hitting a Democratic House candidate for remarking that end-of-life healthcare costs are growing.
In a new ad, the NRCC also charges that Gary McDowell supports Medicare cuts within the 2010 healthcare law.
McDowell is challenging Rep. Dan Benishek (R-Mich.) in what The Hill calls a toss-up race.
- News bites: Overhauling entitlements
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