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With Vermont, Another State Universal Health Care Law, Another ERISA Preemption Analysis
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May 30, 2006
Excerpt: Like Massachusetts, Vermont ... just passed its own version of a nearly-universal health care insurance law. Vermont hopes to extend health insurance coverage to as many as 96% of its residents by 2010. .... Not surprisingly, I foresee some ERISA preemption issues with this law. Similar to the Massachusetts health care insurance legislation passed a couple of months ago, it appears that the part of the Vermont law which places a fee on employers who do not offer health insurance[.]

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