Amy Lischko

Tufts University School of Medicine

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Associate Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine; former Massachusetts Health Policy Director under Governor Mitt Romney

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The US Supreme Court will make a decision on  healthcare reform  before the next presidential election, but Republicans plan to use it against  President Obama  whatever the Court…

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The US Supreme Court will make a decision on healthcare reform before the next presidential election, but Republicans plan to use it against President Obama whatever the Court…

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The main provisions of  federal healthcare reform  won't go into effect until 2014, but Republicans plan to use it against  President Obama  in next year's re-election campaign.

ObamaCare, RomneyCare and Presidential Politics

The main provisions of federal healthcare reform won't go into effect until 2014, but Republicans plan to use it against President Obama in next year's re-election campaign.

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