AHA News: Families USA has released a series of state-specific reports showing the rising cost of health insurance premiums compared with median family income. In Alabama, for example, annual premiums for employer-sponsored family coverage rose 79% between 2000 and 20007, while median worker earnings rose 17%. The reports’ findings are based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau and departments of Labor and Health and Human Services.
Reports examine rising health insurance premiums by state
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