Universal healthcare plans up against U.S. law
USA Today, January 17, 2008
A federal law may block the efforts of several states and communities to provide universal health coverage for their residents. Many of the proposals require employers either to offer health coverage themselves or pay into a public fund to help cover the uninsured. Some employers say that conflicts with a federal law that bars states from requiring or regulating employer-provided benefits.
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