Census: 450K people in Minn. lack health insurance
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota continues to have one of the lowest rates of people without health insurance in the United States, with about 450,000 going without.
That's from estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
It says about 8.7 percent of Minnesota's 5.15 million people didn't have health insurance in 2008. That's up slightly from 2007.
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