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5/4/2006: Massachusetts Health Reform -- What the Doctor Ordered (The Washington Post; subscription may be required)
Excerpt: Pundits wasted no time weighing in when Massachusetts' comprehensive health reform was introduced. Most focused on two small but controversial provisions: a requirement that all residents carry health insurance, and a requirement that some non-insuring employers kick in an annual fee to the state's fund for uncompensated medical care. In focusing on these two 'trees,' most commentators missed the 'forest:'[.]
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