n.— «There, employers with less than 25 workers—and at least half of those workers earning less than $41,000—can offer what some insurers call a “mini-med” plan. Premiums can come in at less than $100 per month.» —“Healthcare coverage for all: hits, misses and possible fixes” Knowledge @ W.P. Carey Aug. 1, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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