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Fewer companies provide health insurance for employees

Decline has been constant for past decade

8:16 AM, Apr. 12, 2013
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The availability of employer-sponsored insurance has fallen by about 10 percent over the past decade, which has spurred an increase in the number of Americans without health insurance, according to a report released Thursday.

"This documents that in virtually every state across the country, there has been a steady decline in employers that provide coverage over the past 10 years," said Andrew Hyman, director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's health care coverage team. "It would be a real stretch to say this was caused by anticipation of the Affordable Care Act," President Barack ...

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