DENVER (AP) - Mitt Romney says that his Massachusetts health care plan is better than Obamacare.
In an interview with KCNC in Denver, the Republican presidential candidate said he would appeal to women voters by talking about the economy and education. Then he added that the Massachusetts health care plan that passed while he was governor insures everyone, but unlike President Obama's health care overhaul, "we didn't go out and raise taxes on people and have a unelected board tell people what kind of health care they can have."
Obamacare was modeled on Romney's Massachusetts plan, which has made some conservatives wary of the former Massachusetts governor.
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