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Percentage of Pennsylvanians without health insurance rises, hospital group finds

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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More people in Pennsylvania went without health insurance last year — a finding that should add urgency to proposals to reduce the state's number of uninsured, including Gov. Tom Corbett's alternative to expanding Medicaid, The Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania said in a study released on Tuesday.

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