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BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts House of Representatives has passed a proposal that aims to reel in the state’s spiraling health care costs by $160 billion over the next 15 years. The House and Senate must now resolve their differences over the measure before it can go to Gov. Deval Patrick.

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