In Massachusetts, RomneyCare Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary06:20
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2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney weighs in on the Republican presidential race during a speech at the The University of Utah, Thursday, March 3, 2016, in Salt Lake City. The 2012 GOP presidential nominee has been critical of front-runner Donald Trump on Twitter in recent weeks and has yet to endorse any of the candidates. (Rick Bowmer/AP)
2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney weighs in on the Republican presidential race during a speech at the The University of Utah, Thursday, March 3, 2016, in Salt Lake City. The 2012 GOP presidential nominee has been critical of front-runner Donald Trump on Twitter in recent weeks and has yet to endorse any of the candidates. (Rick Bowmer/AP)
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Ten years ago this week, then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney signed the state's new health coverage law, the first of its kind in the United States. On the anniversary, Massachusetts residents speak about their experience with what would become the blueprint for the Obama administration's Affordable Care Act, including several who did not have insurance before the law. Martha Bebinger from Here & Now contributor WBUR, who has been following the story since late 2006, reports.

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