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ACTIVISTS THANK BAKER FOR OPPOSING GOP HEALTH CARE BILL

[Story Developing] Calling the Republican-sponsored American Health Care Act a "literal death sentence," more than two dozen health care advocates gathered in front of Gov. Charlie Baker's office Thursday to thank the GOP governor for opposing that bill.

Baker sent three letters outlining his concerns to the U.S. Senate after the AHCA was passed by the House on May 4. The legislation pending before the U.S. Senate, Baker said, could pull $1 billion in federal revenue supports from the state by 2020 and leave "thousands" uninsured.


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