Hey, great piece; if you like pedantic listings of the number of times the word "shall" is listed in legislation. But if you're interested in how the Massachusetts citizens--you know, the entities that actually use and are impacted by that state's healthcare system--feel about it, readers need to look elsewhere. Like, say, a poll that surveys how people feel about it:
"The poll by Market Decisions, a research and consulting group, found that 84 percent of residents are satisfied with the Massachusetts plan, which requires most adults to have health insurance."
Or, just keep talking about legislation and bureaucrats without focusing on what's important.