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The highest court in Massachusetts, the Supreme Judicial Court, has ruled that an employment contract between a school committee and a superintendent that contained a provision for annual reimbursement of health insurance premiums into the indefinite future was not invalid and unenforceable because it exceeded the six year limit on such contracts imposed by Massachusetts statutory law. 

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