Private insurance companies push for individual mandate
As momentum gains for health reforms, insurers hope to turn it to their advantage by supporting a proposal that everyone buy coverage. Private health insurance faces a bleak future if this proposal is not adopted: The customer base for private insurance has slipped since 2000, when soaring premiums began driving people out. The recession has accelerated the problem.
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