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03.04.10

The House and Senate Bills on Abortion

By Tim Jost

There are significant differences between the House and Senate bill, but the provisions governing abortion (Sec. 1303 of the Senate bill, pp. 2069-2078) are not among them. Both bills prohibit federal funding of abortions. The Senate bill, like the House bill, prohibits the use of premium affordability tax credits or cost-sharing reduction payments to pay […]

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01.10.10

Why Employers are Unlikely to Use the Exchanges to Purchase Insurance for their Employees

By Tim Jost

Under both the House and Senate bills, employers are permitted to purchase health insurance for their employees through the exchange. The exchange has been seen as having real potential for helping small employers. The CBO estimated that 9 million employees of small employers would get coverage through the exchange under the House bill and five […]

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