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Health costs soar, squeeze localities

Groups lobby for legislation

By Matt Carroll
Globe Staff / May 13, 2007

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Health care spending for Massachusetts communities has nearly doubled since 2001, squeezing town budgets and forcing cutbacks in public safety and government services and leading to calls for property tax increases. (Full article: 1284 words)

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