Massachusetts Shows First Health Insurance Reform Results

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Last year the state of Massachusetts made headlines by making the first universal health insurance plans available to its residents. Now Massachusetts health insurance is affordable to 95 percent of its residents and only 5 percent think the universal mandatory health insurance plans are not affordable to them.


Massachusetts' healthcare law may eventually create near-universal health insurance coverage, which is one of the key goals, reseachers said.

The rate of adults without health insurance coverage

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