BOSTON Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick has pushed through a proposal that would increase the amount of employer contributions to the state’s landmark universal health care plan. The new regulations would require employers with 10 or more full-time workers to have at least 25 percent of those employees enrolled in company insurance plans and offer to pay at least 33 percent of the premium costs, or else be responsible for paying a $295 assessment fee for each employee. Current rules ...

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