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Fewer taxpayers are penalized for not having health coverage

Some 96% had insurance in ’08

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / December 10, 2009

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Fewer Massachusetts taxpayers were penalized for lacking required health insurance last year than were fined in 2007, the state said yesterday in a report reflecting the second year that residents had to report on their tax returns whether they were covered under the state’s near-universal-coverage mandate. (Full article: 426 words)

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