PA seeing surge in uninsured

    By: Scott Detrow

    The number of Pennsylvania residents without health insurance is more than one million, according to a new Insurance Department study. And with layoffs rapidly cutting into the public and private sectors, that number is expected to rise as employees lose employer-provided coverage. In Harrisburg, WHYY’s Scott Detrow has more.

    By: Scott Detrow

    The number of Pennsylvania residents without health insurance is more than one million, according to a new Insurance Department study. And with layoffs rapidly cutting into the public and private sectors, that number is expected to rise as employees lose employer-provided coverage. In Harrisburg, WHYY’s Scott Detrow has more.

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