Massachusetts health plan saves towns money

Boston Globe, January 21, 2008
Five Massachusetts municipalities have taken advantage of a state law adopted in July 2007 that allows public groups to join the state's employee healthcare system as a way to save money. The five communities all met a first-year deadline in October to enroll in the Group Insurance Commission, the agency that administers the state's health insurance plan.

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