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Maryland bill encourages healthiness, at a cost

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ANNAPOLIS -- A group of Maryland lawmakers want state employees to be healthier. That's why they have introduced a bill to give state workers incentives to take actions like exercise more, eat healthier and get regular health assessments. While the long-term goal would be to save the state money in health care payments, analysts say the House legislation would require big up-front costs and...

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