The Los Angeles Times reports that California’s construction workers top the list of chronically uninsured employees. The data was collected from the California Health Interview Survey (2005) by UCLA’s Center for Health Policy Research.

The report, analyzed when the construction industry was in full swing, found that 25 percent of construction workers lack health insurance for an entire year. The percentage of construction workers uninsured at any point in the year is 40 percent.

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