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Workplace Economics Inc., April 26, 2002
"Seventeen states [responding to our survey] pay the full cost of health insurance coverage for an individual employee--the employee pays nothing--and in several other states, the employee has the option of selecting a plan that will be fully paid by the employer. Six states pay the full premium for family coverage. In most states, the amount paid by the employee varies by the plan and coverage option selected. In Illinois, Kansas, New Mexico and West Virginia, the portion of the premium paid by the employee also varies by salary. In the remaining states, employees share premium costs with the state.
* All states …