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Lack of health insurance affects workers and families who depend on job-based coverage for health care. In 2007, the unemployment rate in California was 5.5%. By the end of 2009, it had more than doubled to 12.3%. This study uses data from the 2007 and 2009 California Health Interview Survey to assess changes in access to job-based health insurance among California workers and their dependents. We find that although increased unemployment dramatically reduced the number of employees, thedoi:10.5070/p26k61 fatcat:e7wnwvqvpfhpdfwkh2ezvreyva