A few opt out of state’s care plan

Apr 15 2012

By Michele Morgan Bolton, The Boston Globe

The no votes are mind-boggling, especially in Brockton, a city that is struggling with a budget deficit of about $12 million, said Michael Widmer, executive director of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation and a key backer of the health care change. “Brockton really stands out in terms of turning its back on taxpayers,’’ said Widmer. “I think the numbers speak for themselves. It’s not wise.’’
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