Massachusetts may not boost healthcare premiums
Boston Globe, March 12, 2009
Tens of thousands of Massachusetts residents who receive state-subsidized healthcare will avoid any increase in monthly premium costs this year, and some may even pay less, under a plan to be voted on by state regulators. Secretary of Administration and Finance Leslie Kirwan said that her staff will recommend that the Connector Authority board approve the no-increase measure because of the "severe economic environment."
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