If the Senate bill is signed into law, Brown and his GOP allies fear that the country will act like Massachusetts — where an astounding 79% of people support the healthcare system and millions of previously uninsured people now have health care.
The Massachusetts universal health system is credited with reducing the uninsurance rate in Massachusetts from about 10% to 2.5%. The population of Massachusetts is about 6.5 million. The number of previously uninsured people who now have health care in Massachusetts is roughly half a million.
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