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Temporary Fee on Big Businesses Funds Obamacare
Kaiser Health News Link to more items from this source
May 22, 2014
"The government collects $63 from large self-insured employers and insurance companies for every covered life under a plan, which includes each employee and each dependent it insures. That money goes into a fund for health insurance companies, that reimburses them for some extra costs involved in providing coverage to high-risk individuals on the Obamacare exchanges. You might think of it as a subsidy from big business for making insurance coverage available to everyone without regard to pre-existing conditions."

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