Weld Favors Plan That Would Make Healthcare Near-Universal in New York

Wednesday, April 05, 2006 - 09:20 AM

We recorded the interview earlier this morning with gubernatorial candidate and ex-MA gov. William Weld. When BL pressed Weld on his plans for healthcare in NY, he said:

"The combination of incentives and penalties in the Massachusetts bill is very intriguing. I think it's worth studying with an eye to adapting a number of those elements, yes"

"Massachusetts Sets Health Plan for Nearly All" (NY Times)

Tune in at 10 to hear the entire interview.


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