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The city of La Grange could save more than $30,000 after city council voted to change insurance benefits Aug. 6.
About 24 full-time city employees previously paid 5 percent of their premiums, but will now pay 10 percent, doubling their monthly expense.
While many workers across the country have faced rising healthcare costs, La Grange employees pay less than national averages, according to council member Jason Taylor.
Employees with an individual plan will pay about $46 per month, he said, or $552 per year.
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