It's the single most contentious element of President Barack Obama's healthcare law: the requirement that nearly everyone have insurance or face a financial hit. But in Massachusetts, the only state with a so-called individual mandate, the threat of a tax penalty has sparked little public outcry since the state's landmark healthcare law was signed in 2006 by the governor, Mitt Romney.
In Mass., individual mandate sparks little outcry
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