Health care routinely ranks among the top three or four concerns for voters and as the largest private sector employer in Massachusetts, it has a big impact on the state.
The commonwealth is working toward becoming the first state to require health insurance for all residents, but in the general election, the issue gets little attention.
As we continue our series on the issues in the governor's race, WBUR's Martha Bebinger looks at what is and isn't being said about health care.
This program aired on October 12, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.