Minnesota reports record low number of uninsured individuals 

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(St. Paul, MN)  --  The number of people in Minnesota with no health insurance is at an all time low, according to the Minnesota Department of Health, three-point-eight percent.

That's the lowest reported in the 22-years they've been tracking rates.

The study does show that the number of people with employer-sponsored group coverage in Minnesota fell.

In contrast, the number of people with state-sponsored health coverage increased.

Still, more people in Minnesota have employer-group health insurance than have government-sponsored health coverage.