Fewer employers are offering health insurance, according to a new report by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. "Employers continue to shoulder about the same percentage of costs for employees' health insurance as they did 10 years ago, but everyone's costs have increased dramatically," says Risa Lavizzo-Mourey of the foundation. "Higher costs naturally translate into fewer employers offering insurance coverage and fewer employees accepting it, even when it is offered."

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