The states with the most expensive health insurance
Despite all the hubbub over Obamacare's exchange enrollment numbers this week, most people still get health insurance through work. And much of what determines how we feel about our work insurance is the cost of the premium. With that in mind, a report out today from ADP, an employee benefits company, offers some bad news and some good news. And then some bad news again. Because, you know, insurance. First, the bad: Insurance premiums are indeed rising—they grew 15 percent on average between 2010 and 2014. The good news is that the rate of increase seems to have slowed.
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