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  • Kalter: Bay State facing premium problems

    Boston Herald - 05/05/2017

    The Bay State’s massive chronic disease population, along with its status as one of three states with universal abortion coverage, could lead to astronomical cost increases for consumers if the House Obamacare replacement bill passes Congress.

    “There would be tremendous challenges for folks on Beacon Hill,” said Wendy Parmet, director of Northeastern University’s Center for Health Policy and Law. “There’ll be some very hard decisions for lawmakers in Massachusetts if this bill becomes law.”

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