SPOTLIGHT: Massachusetts may cut back on 'healthcare for all'

At the beginning, Massachusetts policymakers were adamant that reforms would expand the healthcare system to provide coverage for all residents. Now, under financial pressure, the state budget has eliminated healthcare coverage for about 30,000 legal immigrants in an effort to lower its deficit. Article

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