Lawmakers examine Mass., Pa. health-care strategies

Soule, Alexander
December 2006
Fairfield County Business Journal;12/18/2006, Vol. 45 Issue 51, p4
The article reports on the politicians reviewing the health-care strategies in the U.S. It offers a look at issues for the 2007 legislative session. Office of Legislative Research (OLR)named several state programs that has lowered costs for small businesses including Massachusetts' new law requiring employers to provide employees with insurance. OLR senior attorney John Kasprak mentioned that the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council as the best health care programs in the country.


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