Two items. The first, from today's Wall Street Journal:
The ObamaCare preview that Massachusetts has been conducting for the last several years grows more ominous by the month....
A new survey released yesterday by the Massachusetts Medical Society reveals that fewer than half of the state's primary care practices are accepting new patients, down from 70% in 2007, before former Governor Mitt Romney's health-care plan came online. The average wait time for a routine checkup with an internist is 48 days. It takes 43 days to secure an appointment with a gastroenterologist for chronic heartburn, up from 36 last year, and 41 days to see an OB/GYN, up from 34 last year.
The second, from Time magazine:
Romney to give major health care address Thursday in Michigan.
Complete with PowerPoint presentation, frontrunner will "lay out plan to repeal and replace Obamacare."
This should be interesting.