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The director of a small non-profit in New Haven was worried that a new state universal health plan might mean she’d have a harder time covering her older, less healthy workers. She was relieved to find out that’s not how it would work.

Barbara Tinney, the executive director of the New Haven Family Alliance, learned those details during a nitty-gritty discussion of a proposal before the state legislature called SustiNet.

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