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On 5th Anniv. of RomneyCare, FL Legis says no to health mandates

Coincidence? On the same day in two committees (one in the Florida House, another in the Senate) lawmakers in the Republican-led Legislature are scheduled to vote on a bill that would prevent future lawmakers from requiring a person to buy health insurance.

Sounds like anti-ObamaCare stuff, right?

Well, yeah. But remember where ObamaCare's so-called "individual mandate" came from: Mitt Romney, and the so-called RomneyCare act he signed into law five years ago when the Republican (likely) candidate for president was Massachusetts governor.

The Florida bills are here. SB 1754 and HB 1193