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Mandatory Health Care a Bitter Pill for Massachusetts Low-Wage Workers

February 24, 2010
Related Topics: Medical Benefits Law, Benefit Design and Communication, Compensation
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Massachusetts’ health insurance mandate has more workers getting coverage through their employers but has left many low-wage earners in a financial quandary—and it hasn’t put a dent in rising health care costs. The state’s health care experiment offers a cautionary tale for federal health reform efforts.
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