Massachusetts health plans sold via state likely to cost 5 percent more
Boston Globe, February 14, 2008
Premiums for private health insurance plans in Massachusetts sold through the state are likely to rise an average of about 5 percent over last year's prices, according to a state memo. The 5 percent increase is roughly half as much as plans for people covered through their employers.
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