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New Jersey Bill Would Harm Smaller Employers' Health Care Plans Link to more items from this source
Aug. 14, 2014
"If the [New Jersey] Legislature is serious about preserving employer-sponsored health care for workers and their families, it should amend the state's 10-year old MEWA law and permit employers to choose the plans that best meet their needs and bear the risk that they can afford.... [A] bill improvidently passed by the Assembly and now in the Senate would require MEWAs to be regulated as insurance companies. This is a mistake, considering that MEWAs already provide coverage for most state-mandated benefits, including hearing aids, mental health services and autism benefits."

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