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The court's judge recognized the social service aspects of the law and included representatives of the social work community in the organizational plan. Since then, all citizens have their health insurance paid by a tax on income (up to 4.8%) while their employer's portion is collected by the National Insurance Institute, and passed on to the health insurance fund of the individual's choice. S. population and in several subgroups in 1995; and the most common hardships were medical need and food insufficiency.

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