Insurance costs pricing many in middle class out of health care

03/17/2004 | USA Today

Rising health care costs are causing many in the middle class to consider forgoing health insurance altogether. Employers are increasingly passing additional costs on to their insured workers, causing premiums to rise above affordable levels, and one Princeton economist says the nation is "gradually pricing the lower third of the wage and income distribution out of health care."

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