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|Nearly 100,000 Massachusetts taxpayers have been fined for failing to obtain health insurance, even as a major survey concludes the effort to create near-universal coverage in the state is meeting key goals. Five percent of taxpayers failed to obtain health coverage last year, and more than half of those about 97,000 were forced to forfeit their personal exemption...|
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