By Steve LeBlanc Associated Press
Updated: Jul 15, 2012 11:16 AM
BOSTON (AP) — In
U.S. Senate race, few issues divide the two candidates more sharply than
President Barack Obama's health care law.
Republican Scott Brown ran for the Senate in 2010 vowing to be the crucial 41st vote needed to block the initiative. It ultimately passed, despite his opposition.
He remains critical of the law, which he said includes "
Elizabeth Warren, has praised the
Affordable Care Act, which was modeled after a 2006 Massachusetts law signed by then-
. Mitt Romney and supported by Brown.
Warren says the federal law has helped expand access to care and must be protected against attempts to repeal it.
Supreme Court ruling upholding the law has only intensified the debate.
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