Well, it was only a matter of time, right?  Just over two months after its enactment, the first formal proposal undercutting the Massachusetts universal coverage law was rolled out.  The Boston Globe reported that "[t]he state . . . proposed to exempt businesses from the $295-per-employee annual fee that is part of a healthcare overhaul if 25 percent of their workers sign up for a company’s insurance plan or the company pays one-third of the premiums for an individual’s coverage."  Advocates and commentators are lining up predictably in support/opposition.