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New Senate bill would cover half of state uninsured

By Scott Helman and Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / February 28, 2006

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The state Senate, in an 11th-hour bid to keep $385 million in annual federal Medicaid money coming into Massachusetts, will debate a slimmed-down healthcare bill today that aims to cover roughly half of the state's uninsured residents through new subsidized insurance plans. (Full article: 1216 words)

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