Health insurance is becoming less common for Wis. employees

The percentage of Wisconsin employers who have fewer than 50 workers and offer health benefits decreased to 37% during 2008-09, compared with 49% in 1998-99, according to a study by the University of Minnesota and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The percentage of workers receiving health benefits from their employers is still higher in Wisconsin than many other states, the study found.

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