Premiums Are Rising, But Mass. No Longer Tops The Most Expensive List

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According to a new survey, Massachusetts no longer has the most expensive health insurance premiums in the nation, but rates are still high.

The Commonwealth Fund reports on average, premiums in the state cost about $14,000 — the ninth highest in the country.

Overall, the report says that "employer health insurance premiums increased 50% from 2003-2010," while "employees' share of premiums increased 63%."

Here's the nifty interactive map that compares premiums by state.

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