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The Bredesen-Gruber Dispute Represents Much More Than a Math Problem Concerning ObamaCare's Incentive to Drop Insurance
Physicians for a National Health Program [PNHP] Link to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Oct. 26, 2010
Excerpt: The disputed math of the incentives for employers to either continue offering their employees health plans or to drop the plans in favor of employees purchasing their own plans in the exchanges is an important question because it determines whether employers will continue to contribute to the premiums or if the taxpayers will assume that burden through subsidies for the exchange plans. What is not so obvious is that, in the background, there are two much more important policy considerations.

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