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Physical therapist Nancy Bullett of North Adams makes too much for MassHealth.

Mother can't afford private coverage

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / June 28, 2005

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With an annual income of about $34,000, Nancy Bullett, 50, of North Adams, makes too much to qualify for MassHealth, the state's healthcare program for the poor. But she has also decided she can't afford private insurance, which would eat up nearly a fifth of her monthly income. Bullett, a physical therapist, also feels the high cost of health insurance ... (Full article: 171 words)

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