Who has the power?

May 1995
Oregon Business Magazine;May95, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p62
Reports on speculations that the United States Congress will deny Oregon a waiver from a 1974 prohibiting states from forcing employers to provide health insurance. Effectivity of the ruling in January 1998.


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