Documents reveal health insurance funding gap in Mass.

In Massachusetts, new documents reveal a $415 million gap between the state and federal government's health insurance spending expectations for the state's subsidy program, reports Boston Business Journal. Last year, the state requested $611 million over three years to go toward the program, or $1.1 billion over five years. However, confidential draft documents obtained by the Boston Business Journal revealthe federal government appears to have agreed to pay $195.3 million over three years, or $360.1 million over five years. MassHealth officials stress the documents merely are working drafts, and say they will work to settle a three- or five-year agreement. Article