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US study finds rise in state's uninsured

Trend underlines need for reform, officials say

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / August 31, 2005

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The number of Massachusetts residents without health insurance jumped about 10 percent last year, surpassing the growth in the uninsured nationally and raising concerns whether climbing private health insurance premiums are shutting out middle-income workers. (Full article: 758 words)

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