Missouri voters may be voting on the new federal health insurance mandate
The Missouri House gave final approval to a measure that will appear on the Aug. 3 ballot stating that people and employers cannot be compelled to have health insurance nor penalized for paying for healthcare on their own. The referendum seeks to defy a federal healthcare law signed earlier this year by President Barack Obama.
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