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The Rev. Hurmon Hamilton (left) and Rabbi Jonah Pesner of the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization persuaded House Speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi to back an employer mandate requiring businesses to cover workers or pay a tax.

Interfaith leaders invoke morality in healthcare debate

By Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / December 29, 2005

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Let the politicians and lobbyists argue about copayments and premiums. The Rev. Hurmon Hamilton and Rabbi Jonah Pesner are waging their fight to expand healthcare coverage on a different, higher plane. (Full article: 994 words)

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