Could Obama use Mass. as example of healthcare reform?

President-Elect Barack Obama may end up using Massachusetts' 2006 law that requires employers to offer insurance, expands subsidies and gives more coverage options as an example for his own healthcare reform. Obama's plan has been touted as being "near-universal," and many healthcare experts believe that Massachusetts' system is proof that such a system can work. Article

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