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February 07, 2013

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First of all, MN is showing a little common sense in rolling back redundant regulation. I think all governments-state, Fed & local should have similar PUBLIC disclosure laws for anything of value provided by lobbyists, campaign contributions or from anyone with a vested interest in the passage of legislation or regulation. Lawmakers & regulators are in a much stronger position for waste & fraud of public moneys than anyone in the healthcare business. As usual, government officials force regulations on citizens that could never be applied to their own ethics.

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