Democrats on the campaign trail have warmed up to health care in recent months, touting the benefits of their mammoth 2010 law. While trumpeting popular provisions such as coverage for preexisting medical conditions, Democrats are also linking the Affordable Care Act to a recent slowdown in the rise of health care costs.
Former President Clinton delved into the subject at his convention speech in Charlotte, N.C., suggesting that President Obama's health care law produced the slower-than-average growth in health care spending in 2010 and 2011.
“Health care spending has been under 4 percent in both years, for the first time in 50 years,” Clinton said.
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