Massachusetts Health Care Reform Fair Share Law Amended by Economic Development Bill

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On August 7, 2012, Governor Deval Patrick signed into law an Economic Development Bill that makes significant changes to the Fair Share Law, particularly with respect to penalty collection and appeals.

Under the Fair Share law, almost all employers doing business in Massachusetts must either provide employees with health insurance that passes certain tests, or pay the Commonwealth $295 per year per employee.

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