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|Small Businesses, Faced With Rising Insurance Premiums, Struggle to Cover Employees|
The Washington Post; subscription may be required
Nov. 1, 2004
Excerpt: In 2005, health insurance is expected to cost at least 10 percent more -- marking five years of double-digit increases. A diminishing number of small businesses can offer health coverage to employees, according to studies by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit group that researches health care issues. The group found that 63 percent of small businesses offered health care coverage this year, down from 68 percent in 2001.
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