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Sally C. Pipes

At one year, Mass. healthcare plan falls short

By Sally C. Pipes
May 15, 2007

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MASSACHUSETTS'S UNIVERSAL healthcare law turned one in April. To survive, its guardians have had to make many changes, each of which has increased current and future government spending, increased the government's role in regulating the healthcare market, decreased individual responsibility to purchase insurance, and made certain that the plan will fall far short of achieving universal coverage. (Full article: 759 words)

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