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14 communities report savings in insurance switch

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / August 3, 2010

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Fourteen cities and towns that have moved their employees, retirees, and elected officials from their own municipal-based health care insurance plans into the state’s much larger, more flexible system collectively saved more than $30 million their first year in the program, according to a new report. (Full article: 727 words)

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