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Report: Workers ‘Squeezed’ by Health Insurance Costs

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(CNBC) – Even when there’s good news for health insurance prices, workers still can’t catch a break.

A slow-down in growth of premium prices for employer-based health insurance in most of the United States in recent years has yet to translate into relief for the people covered by those plans, a new report released Wednesday finds.

The Commonwealth Fund’s state-by-state analysis also shows that in every state over the course of a decade, the cost of employer-provided health care still grew faster than incomes.

That, in turn, had led to workers footing a bigger share of the costs of their health insurance.

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