Norm Coleman: Even a Republican president would not repeal health law

The former U.S. Senator, who is an adviser to presidential candidate Mitt Romney, says the health law may undergo major revisions but will not be tossed out altogether. A spokeswoman for Romney says Coleman is wrong and Romney will repeal the law if elected.
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The former U.S. Senator, who is an adviser to presidential candidate Mitt Romney, says the health law may undergo major revisions but will not be tossed out altogether. A spokeswoman for Romney says Coleman is wrong and Romney will repeal the law if elected.

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