Federal Study Concludes Health Insurance Reform Could Create Workforce Instability | workforce.com: "Making health insurance less dependent on employment could induce workers to retire earlier or change jobs more often, says a new report analyzing the implications of various health care reforms.
In its 196-page study published this month, the Congressional Budget Office analyzed the possible effects that health policy proposals might have on the federal budget, the economy, spending on health care and the number of people with health insurance. The report also attempted to predict how employers might respond to certain changes in health care policy."
More on the “Balanced Budget” Amendment: Do Unused Appropriations or Money Saved from Prior Years Count Toward Balanced Budget? - This post is a little technical and is based on questions raised in the comments of my previous post. So, to recap, the Indiana ballot this year will featu...
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