Massachusetts ballot question 2 would implement new regulations on dental insurance companies, including a legal requirement that companies spend a minimum of 83% of premiums on patient care rather than on administrative expenses. Right now, there is no minimum. The regulations would more closely mirror those that medical insurance companies follow. A “yes” vote would approve the new regulations, while a “no” vote would make no changes to the current rules for dental insurance companies. It would be the first law of its kind in the country.