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Health fight shifts to insurer shopping

Extent of regulation on exchanges is pivotal; US plan could follow Massachusetts model

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / December 23, 2009

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The public option is gone. Expansion of Medicare is dead. But an intense fight continues over a crucial issue in the proposed health care overhaul: how far Congress should go in emulating the type of insurance marketplace that is at the center of the pioneering Massachusetts insurance program. (Full article: 1215 words)

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