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EBRI: Employment-based health coverage continues to shrink

A new report by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) shows that the percentage of workers with employment-based health-insurance coverage continues to decline. The EBRI analysis, which looked at month-by-month health-coverage rates before, during, and after the recession, finds that the brief uptick in employment-based health insurance immediately after the recession has not endured. […]

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A new report by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) shows that the percentage of workers with employment-based health-insurance coverage continues to decline. The EBRI analysis, which looked at month-by-month health-coverage rates before, during, and after the recession, finds that the brief uptick in employment-based health insurance immediately after the recession has not endured. […]

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