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State employees enjoy comparatively “rich” employer-sponsored health coverage, but coverage and the employees’ share in the cost vary widely from state to state. However, research, commissioned by the Pew Charitable Trust and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, revealed state employees in general contributed 10 percent less in paying for their coverage than the average for all employees who had employer-sponsored coverage in the U.S.

Dan Cook

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