BOSTON —Massachusetts restaurateurs say they are feeling ill over their governor’s recent proposal to increase employer contributions to fund the skyrocketing costs associated with the state’s year-old landmark plan for universal health care. Gov. Deval Patrick, in a July 31 proposal sent to the state House, asked to modify the plan so that employers with 10 or more full-time workers be required to have at least 25 percent of their ...
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