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The 2006 Massachusetts health care reform bill is getting renewed attention from reform advocates nationwide as federal lawmakers debate their health care options. All but 2.5 percent of Massachusetts residents now have health care coverage—but providers have struggled to control costs and keep up with the surge in demand for care. Coming up, Where We Live, a look at how reform in the Bay State is playing out. Is the Massachusetts model a good one? Reporter Karen Brown of WFCR joins us in-studio and we’ll check in with activists and providers working on the ground in Massachusetts.
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