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Barbara Anthony, Undersecretary of the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation

Governor at SBHI event The December 2009 edition of the Consumer Insider is now available (Download December_2009_Newsletter_Final). The latest newsletter includes updates on the Patrick-Murray Administration’s efforts to reform small business health insurance (including Governor Deval Patrick’s announcement event, photo right), tips for tenants when dealing with winter weather, and some good things to keep in mind when looking for a health club.

The Consumer Insider is a bi-monthly publication of our Office, and we think it is a good way for consumers to keep up with valuable news they can use. You can read back issues of the Insider here, and you can sign up to have it delivered directly to your Inbox here.

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Jayda Leder-Luis is the Communications Coordinator at the Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation.

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