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Mark Rukavina and Carol Pryor

Tying up the loose ends of healthcare reform

By Mark Rukavina and Carol Pryor
April 18, 2007

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UNDER THE state's new health reform law, in July all residents will be required to have health insurance, if affordable insurance is available, or face a financial penalty. This "individual mandate" is a bold experiment. The Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority, which is charged with establishing rules for the individual mandate, should be congratulated for its achievements to date. (Full article: 728 words)

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