Health costs, Mass.-style

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Author(s) Boston Herald editorial board
Source Boston Herald
Date October 1, 2011
Quotes-start.png Now there is a school of thought that health insurance companies, aware of the freight train of Obamacare coming down the pike, have hiked rates in anticipation of a stricter regulatory bureaucracy that looms — along with a host of new and more expensive coverage mandates. Those of us in Massachusetts, long accustomed to double-digit rate increases, have only one thing to say to the rest of the nation: We could have told you so! Quotes-end.png

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