Published on November 9, 2012 at 5:42 AM
Kaiser Health News staff writer Phil Galewitz reports: "North of the Mason-Dixon Line, it's hard to find a state that has given more of a cold shoulder to President Barack Obama's health law than Maine. ... But Maine's voters may have short-circuited further resistance Tuesday by initiating a Democratic sweep that flipped control of both houses of the State Legislature, and is now poised to challenge Gov. Paul LePage, a tea party Republican opposed to the law" (Galewitz, 11/8). Read the story.
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