Two die each day in Michigan for lack of insurance
Detroit Free Press, March 13, 2008
Not having health insurance accounts for deaths of 650 Michiganders a year, or nearly two every day, according to a report from national nonprofit consumer health organization Families USA. The problem is growing in Michigan as more employers drop health coverage and people find insurance premiums too costly to purchase their own coverage, said Families USA representatives.
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