CBO revises estimates for employers paying penalties for no insurance
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#1 Feb 8, 2013
I'd post the link, but lately my threads are disappearing when I post the source. The CBO is estimating that $130B will be paid in penalties by employers who choose not to offer insurance. The original estimate was $13B. That's quite a revision for a health insurance reform which was supposed to help us, not hurt us.
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Since: Oct 12
#2 Feb 8, 2013
There have been lots of revisions to lots of government estimates...just since Obama secured re-election.
No need to wonder why.
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