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    Support for the Massachusetts universal health care law has increased since 2009, according to a poll of the state’s residents — even as the law has become the subject of blistering attacks in national and presidential politics, and health care costs soar.



    The poll by the Harvard School of Public Health and The Boston Globe found that 63 percent of Massachusetts residents support the 2006 health law, up 10 percentage points in the past two years. Just 21 percent said they were against the law.

    http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/heal...are_law_rises/
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    You can support it all you want, but if you can't pay for it, it's all for naught.

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    Support for Massachusetts Health Law rises

    Romneycare more popular than ever, while it's creator takes a nosedive for creating it. Only in the GOP.

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