National Health Care Law Divides Mass. Senate Candidates

March 30, 2013 9:08 AM
National Health Care Law Divides Mass. Senate Candidates
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The three pols in the competition â?? former U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, Norfolk government Rep. Daniel Winslow and Cohasset man of affairs Gabriel Gomez â?? are all tough professional people of the law.

Sullivan anfat-soluble vitamin Gomez verbalize they back up annulling the law; Winslow verbalizes he’fat-soluble vitamin pushing to supply authorities a possibleness to prefer of it.

The fighting is to a greater extent energetic on the elective side "

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