NPR’S Richard Knox Examines Romney’s Role in Mass. Landmark Healthcare Law
GOP presidential hopefuls are aiming to make the health care law that President Obama signed two years ago the signature issue of the 2012 election. That law was based largely on one that then-Gov. Mitt Romney signed into law nearly six years ago in Massachusetts. In a two-part series, NPR’s Richard Knox takes a closer look at Romney’s role in the passage of that law and whether or not it is actually working for residents in the Bay State.
Richard Knox, NPR Health & Science Correspondent
Listen to Part 1 of Richard Knox's series for NPR
Listen to Part 2 of Richard Knox's series for NPR
Listen to Knox's 2006 interview with Mitt Romney