"We repeatedly said that without an adequate, sustainable funding mechanism to pay for the entitlement, the state would wind up imposing limits on treatment – rationing.
By 2010, facing a mounting gap between the cost of subsidies and the available revenue, Governor Deval Patrick sent a bill to the state legislature with sweeping measures to limit what Massachusetts citizens would be allowed to spend to save the lives of their family members.
The law ultimately enacted that year authorized Massachusetts to limit what individuals and those employed by small businesses were allowed to spend for their health care. VISIT:
Massachusetts Rationing Shows What’s Coming to America Under Obamacare | LifeNews.com: