“It’s fantastic, it’s a huge relief. We’re thrilled that the children of Massachusetts that are in need of hearing aids will be able to have coverage through their own insurance companies,” Adams said. “It’s a huge financial relief for those families.”
Children who suffer from hearing loss often struggle to learn and communicate if their hearing goes unassisted.
Though the ceremonial signing happened Thursday, it was actually signed by the governor on August 6. The law goes into effect in January.
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