WASHINGTON — Retailers on Wednesday generally backed the Senate Finance Committee’s $856 billion, 10-year health care reform proposal but expressed concerns about its costs.
The committee on Wednesday unveiled a proposal that would require companies that don’t offer full-time workers health insurance to pay a government fee to subsidize federal tax credits. Retailers said the employer requirements in the plan were a marked improvement over the mandates for health insurance coverage in proposals from four other committees.
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