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While the nation’s minimum wage was recently raised to $6.55 per hour and is scheduled to go up again in 2009, there’s no denying that it’s virtually impossible for employees in this income bracket to afford major medical health insurance. For these individuals — and a growing class of middle-income wage earners — limited medical plans can be the answer to their health insurance woes.

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