Well, the numbers are finally in. And no, I'm not referring to delegate counts — I'll be making no decisions today.

The Washington Post, among others, reports today that a new study from the Urban Institute indicates Massachusetts managed to slash its rolls of uninsured nearly in half.

The non-partisan think tank announced that the state's uninsured fell from about 13 percent to roughly 7 percent in the first year after the controversial health care mandate kicked off two years ago.

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