Romney book distributed at GOP convention contains pro-healthcare reform content

The edited version merely says that the Massachusetts reforms were done "without government taking over healthcare."


The flub was quickly noticed by the conservative Washington Examiner, highlighting unresolved tensions over Romney's record on the right.

During the presidential primaries, Romney came under fire for changing the No Apology line, with Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) charging that it amounted to a flip-flop.

Now, Romney has started to volunteer details about the Massachusetts law in a sign that he might think it will help him in November.

"I'm the guy who was able to get healthcare for all the women and men in my state," Romney said over the weekend. "I'm very proud of what we did."