'The next big experiment' in healthcare reform in MA
Paying for health care coverage is becoming more and more difficult. Health care costs have been rising two, three or four times faster than inflation in Massachusetts for more than a decade. Next year, however, Massachusetts becomes the first state to try to keep health care in line with the rest of the state's economy. WBUR's Martha Bebinger spoke with Sharon Brody on Tuesday's Morning Edition about what many people say is the next big experiment in health care reform.
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