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Gov. Mitt Romney waves as he arrives for a campaign event Aug. 23 in Hobbs, N.M. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

DENVER (AP) — Mitt Romney said in an interview Thursday that his plan to provide health insurance to everyone in Massachusetts was superior to the one it inspired, President Obama’s much-debated national health care law.

“My health care plan I put in place in my state has everyone insured, but 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,” Romney said in an interview with CBS’ Denver affiliate, KCNC.

 

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