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House OK’s bill making insurers pay for autism services

Foes worry over ballooning costs

By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / July 28, 2010

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The Massachusetts House passed a bill yesterday that would require insurance companies to cover a broad range of services for children with autism, a measure that supporters say will help families of such children but that opponents worry will increase health costs, even as other legislation aimed at reining in health spending has been sidelined. (Full article: 737 words)

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