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February 24, 2010; Santa Cruz Sentinel | Many of you have heard about the very high rate hikes health insurance companies are imposing in the state of California. This article explains how some nonprofits are handling the increase—by collectively purchasing insurance through the California Association of Nonprofits. Switching carriers and buying collectively is one way many nonprofits are handling the challenges of increased costs for health care. How long this strategy will work is not clear, but until health reform passes it is one way to keep coverage for as many employees as possible.—Lissette Rodriguez

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