BOSTON — Wal-Mart Stores and Stop & Shop Supermarkets topped the list of employers with 50 or more employees requiring health care subsidies from the state of Massachusetts. Massachusetts advanced health care reform in 2006 by passing “universal” health care legislation. The state's bill for providing health care to employees and their families who work for large companies increased 24.6% to $793.7 million in the last fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, according to a report released ...

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