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Governor Mitt Romney signed the landmark health insurance bill in Faneuil Hall yesterday as political leaders, including Senator Edward M. Kennedy, looked on.

Joy, worries on healthcare

As Romney signs bill, doubts arise about revenues

By Scott Helman and Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / April 13, 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney signed most of a sweeping new healthcare bill into law yesterday at a festive Faneuil Hall ceremony hailed as a hallmark of bipartisan achievement, even as healthcare specialists expressed concern that the plan could start losing money in three years. (Full article: 1386 words)

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