The new health-insurance agreement that cuts spending by $28 million over four years demonstrates the good relationship between the city of Brockton and its 17 public employee unions. But critics say the city could have saved more if it had taken advantage of the 2011 Municipal Health Insurance Reform Act, which increases communities’ ability to set health benefits
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