OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News A bill was introduced in the state legislature of Delaware that would require Delaware employers that don’t provide a minimum level of health insurance to pay into a state insurance fund. Starting in 1991, the legislation would require employers who provide no coverage or pay less than 75% of coverage, to pay up to 50 cents for each hour that the employee works, according to a report in the January 22, 1990 issue of Business Insurance. This money . . .
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