Over the past several months, we’ve discussed the urgency of a health care debate that is being driven by rising costs and political winds at the national and state level.In this growing economy, our industry is adding jobs at more than twice the national rate. As employment is rising, so is the cost of health care coverage. In 2006 alone average premiums for employer-based health insurance rose by an average of 7.7 percent, according to a study by the Kaiser Foundation. The one-year ...
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