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State faulted on lack of insurance for some workers

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / December 23, 2004

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Governor Mitt Romney wants businesses that refuse to provide health insurance to their workers to pay a higher minimum wage or post decals in their windows telling customers they do not offer coverage. But in suggesting ways to pressure employers into being good public citizens, the governor has neglected to mention one prominent offender: his own administration. (Full article: 1010 words)

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