Romney says he won't repeal all of Obamacare

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney takes a bite out of a hot dog as he campaigns at the Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va., Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney says his pledge to repeal President Barack Obama's health law doesn't mean that young adults and those with medical conditions would no longer be guaranteed health care.

The Republican presidential nominee says he'll replace the law with his own plan. He tells NBC's "Meet the Press" that the plan he worked to pass while governor of Massachusetts deals with medical conditions and with young people.

Romney says he doesn't plan to repeal of all of Obama's signature health care plan. He says there are a number of initiatives he likes in the Affordable Care Act that he would keep in place if elected president.

Obama has been campaigning on the benefits in his plan for the uninsured, women and young adults.

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