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|The Effect of the Minimum Wage on Employer-Sponsored Insurance for Low-Income Workers and Dependents|
July 28, 2021
"This study found robust evidence that minimum wage increases lead to reductions in employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) coverage in families below 300% of the federal poverty level, with a nominal $1 increase in the minimum wage reducing the probability of ESI coverage by 1 percentage point. Reductions in coverage were also observed both for workers and for their dependents."
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