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Health insurance gains detailed

Study finds steep increase in coverage

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / June 3, 2008

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The number of uninsured adults in Massachusetts fell by almost half last year, says a study released today, while the state's Revenue Department reports that 86,000 people paid a state tax penalty rather than buy insurance. (Full article: 868 words)

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