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Wisconsin employers paying less on health care than national average

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Wisconsin's largest employers will spend 3.7 percent more this year on health care, much less than the national average.

That's according to the benefit consulting firm of Towers Perrin.

It puts the Wisconsin increase below the 4 percent rate for medical inflation, and a 6.1 percent national hike in large employer health costs.

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