Should government regulate health care prices? Massachusetts weighs the option.

By Sarah Kliff, The Washington Post

After passing universal coverage, Massachusetts is now in the throes of a debate about how to bring down its skyrocketing health care costs. And the state’s new proposal to regulate how much providers charge for health care could mark a very important and controversial chapter in that fight.

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