"A more sweeping Massachusetts bill was enacted in 2012, extending controls to all nongovernmental health care spending. It sets ceilings on what Massachusetts residents are allowed to spend on health care so that between 2018 and 2023, health care spending is to be held below state economic growth by .5 %, a limit drastically below the rate of medical inflation. For enforcement, state bureaucrats are given broad regulative powers." Massachusetts Rationing Shows What’s Coming to America Under Obamacare | LifeNews.com:
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