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N.H. Senate Hopeful Makes Anti-Health Law Motto Cornerstone Of Campaign

The former Massachusetts senator, running now for Senate in New Hampshire, says the health law forces people to "live free or log on," a variation of New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die" motto.

The Associated Press: Senate Hopeful Brown: Health Law Costs Liberty
Hoping to return to Washington by way of New Hampshire, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is using a variation of the state’s “Live Free or Die” motto to argue against President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul law. Brown planned to formally announce his Senate bid Thursday night. In excerpts of remarks provided by his campaign, he said the health care law forces people to “live free or log on” (4/10).

Fox News: Brown To Kick Off NH Senate Campaign By Slamming ObamaCare
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown will use a variation of New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die" motto to make the case against Obamacare when he kicks off his Senate campaign in the Granite State Thursday. In excerpts of planned remarks provided to the Associated Press by his campaign, Brown said the health care law forces people to "live free or log on." Brown, a former Fox News contributor who left the network last month after forming an exploratory committee, will formally announce his candidacy at an event in the coastal city of Portsmouth, where he lived as a baby and where he frequently visited his grandparents growing up (4/10).

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