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RED BOOK ARGUMENT ALLOWED BY SJC

  BOSTON, MA – This past Tuesday, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) dismissed the lawsuit filed by Delta Dental of Massachusetts to stop the printing of the RED BOOK "In Favor" Argument, supporting The Dental Ballot (Question 2). The SJC decision stated that Delta...

Supporters of ballot initiative want to fix ‘a broken system’

BOSTON - A ballot question on track to go before voters in November would address "a broken system" that allows dental insurance companies to wring excessive profits from patient premiums, supporters of the measure said Wednesday. Before dropping off a final batch of...

Dental insurance ballot question raises questions

BOSTON, Mass. (WWLP) – Advocates are in the final push to get signatures for ballot questions. The last batch of signatures was delivered today to secure the dental insurance question on this November’s ballot. Dentists, patients, and advocates in support of the...

Dental Care Ballot Question Cleared By SJC

A proposed ballot question seeking apply a spending limit on dental insurance companies survived a legal challenge, as the state's high court said Wednesday that its spending and transparency components serve a common purpose. The initiative, endorsed this week by the...

Mass. SJC Clears Dental Care Ballot Question

BOSTON (State House News Service) — A proposed ballot question seeking apply a spending limit on dental insurance companies survived a legal challenge, as the state's high court said Wednesday that its spending and transparency components serve a common purpose. The...

Dentists’ Group Declares Support For Ballot Question

The Massachusetts Dental Society stepped into the ballot question arena on Monday, endorsing a proposal to apply a spending limit on dental insurance companies that could go before voters in November. Requiring carriers of dental insurance to spend at least 83 percent...