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Plymouth to review health insurance perk

Part-time officials could see benefit cut

By Christine Legere
Globe Correspondent / October 17, 2010

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Plymouth is one of a quickly shrinking group of communities that pick up the lion’s share of the health insurance tab for part-time elected officials on stipends. In this coastal town, that perk of public office is costing taxpayers about $60,000 annually. (Full article: 812 words)

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