State union workers receive raise, alter health coverage
The New England Police Benevolent Association also agreed to changes in health care coverage, which includes adoption of a so-called site-of-service plan, in which employees are changed a deductible if they don’t go to specified providers. Covered members will also receive an annual $500 credit toward health care costs if they receive certain specified preventative treatment, such as undergoing physical exams and getting flu shots.
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