Posted by | June 11, 2012 12:55 | Filed under: Top Stories

A study by the Urban Institute indicates that RomneyCare in Massachusetts did not result in job losses, and ObamaCare has the same likely projection.

To gauge the likely, actual impact of the law, the Urban Institute prepared a study on the economic impacts of Mitt Romney’s Massachusetts health care reforms, which were the inspiration for “Obamacare.”

Its conclusion? “Massachusetts achieved its goal of near-universal health insurance coverage under its 2006 health reform initiative, with no indication of negative job consequences relative to other states.”

The two laws aren’t identical. But they share so much in common that researchers concluded, based on their findings in Massachusetts, that “national health reform will not lead to job loss or stymied economic growth.”

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.