The Healthy Americans Act takes burden off employers

Wyden, Ron
June 2007
Hill;6/6/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 66, pS4
The article reports that the Healthy Americans Act is the first bipartisan health reform proposal in more than a decade to guarantee affordable, quality healthcare for all in the U.S. The Healthy Americans Act is based on the belief that business owners should no longer bear the primary burden of providing healthcare to working adults and their families. Information about the key issues addressed by the bipartisan proposal are presented.


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