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Health care reform (not!) – Minnesota-style

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Here’s a story that has far more than Minnesota ramifications.

But how do you reconcile that story – which explains that the governor, “who is considering a run for president, has made no secret of his opposition to federal health reform” and who “announced an executive order designed to keep “Obamacare” out of Minnesota” with this story, published the same day. Excerpt:

“More than a dozen community clinics across Minnesota will receive nearly $20 million as part of the federal health care reform law, funds that will allow them to care for the uninsured, expand their facilities and install information technology.”

Passive-aggressive Minnesota Nice?

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