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Single-digit hikes OK’d in health plans

A win for Patrick but insurers expect losses

Massachusetts still has a lot to do to control health care costs, said Barbara Anthony, a state consumer affairs official. Massachusetts still has a lot to do to control health care costs, said Barbara Anthony, a state consumer affairs official.
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / November 25, 2010

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After rejecting double-digit increases earlier this year, Massachusetts regulators are allowing a more modest round of rate hikes to take effect in January for health insurance policies covering small businesses and individuals. (Full article: 933 words)

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