Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Wyoming: health insurance premiums up 129 percent during past 8 years

We don't need no stinkin' health care reform!


Mike Bell, vice chairman of the Wyoming Democratic Party, wrote a fine guest editorial about health care for Sunday's Casper Star-Tribune. Here's a sampling:

Over the past eight years in Wyoming, health insurance premiums increased by 129 percent, bringing Wyoming to an average family policy that now costs over $13,500 a year. Alternately, wages in Wyoming rose a paltry 37 percent over the same period.

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