Honestly, I haven't had time to read it or to think about, and so I will refrain from writing about it until tomorrow, when the Ron Brownsteins of the world have weighed in.

I gather that Barack Obama's campaign believes it has found a vulnerability in the plan's cost-cutting measures, and the campaign is eager to point out how close Clinton's plan is to Mitt Romney's 2004 health care measure in Massachusetts.

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