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Bishop Peter D. Weaver of the United Methodist Church spoke to church members from across the Commonwealth yesterday, before lobbying for healthcare reform at the State House.

Governor likely to veto health fee

Stance angers top Democrats; override seen

By Frank Phillips and Scott Helman
Globe Staff / April 12, 2006

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Governor Mitt Romney is expected to veto a fee of $295 per employee on some firms that is a key part of the new healthcare bill, angering Democrats he invited to appear with him this morning for a highly choreographed signing ceremony at Faneuil Hall. (Full article: 1203 words)

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