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Letters | Wrestling with rising health care costs

And now, the bill comes for Obamacare boosters

President Obama signed the health care reform bill into law in March 2010.

Charles Dharapak/Associated Press/File

President Obama signed the health care reform bill into law in March 2010.

I just read your March 5 editorial “Mass. needs an Obamacare waiver for small-business health plans,” about the Affordable Care Act’s impact of increasing health care costs for small business.

Maybe you should have read the bill before you supported it. Oh, I forgot — Nancy Pelosi said you could read it after it passed.

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Too bad.

Be careful what you wish for, as you might get it. Massachusetts is not deserving of any waiver — deal with it.

James Graczyk

Atkinson, N.H.

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