Plan pitched to lower consumer health care costs 

Bill would eliminate co-pays for treatment of seven illnesses 

WHEN ADAM SCOTTO of Brookline left his job as a software engineer in 2018, he bought unsubsidized health insurance through the Massachusetts Health Connector for $473 a month. Scotto has been shocked at how quickly his plan’s premiums have risen, hitting $646 a month in 2021. He downgraded his plan to buy one with lower premiums, but now his out-of-pocket costs are rising.(...)

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