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Health bill will cut Mass. funds:Despite coverage protections, state relies on federal money

As Congress debates the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act, Massachusetts is in a unique position. The state's landmark 2006 health care overhaul resulted in near-universal coverage long before the federal law was enacted — so, no matter what Congress passes, it is likely to play out differently here.

But Massachusetts is not immune to the tidal wave of change that could flow from the proposed legislation. In part, that's because the state's program now conforms to th

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