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Many seek advantage in plan for healthcare

Debates at State House stir flurry of lobbying

By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / October 31, 2005

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The debate over expanding health coverage in Massachusetts is not just about the 460,000 residents without insurance. The potential for the biggest changes in the healthcare system in a decade has also set off a lobbying blitz by insurance companies, hospitals, and business groups. (Full article: 1246 words)

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