Health insurance penalties too low in Massachusetts, panel official says
Boston Globe, January 11, 2008
The penalties for Massachusetts residents who do not obtain health insurance this year have been set too low to encourage people to buy insurance, said a director of the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority. The authority oversees implementation of the state's health insurance initiative, and members are encouraging harsher penalties.
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