SPOTLIGHT: Dem Senators prep reform plan with government-option

So, wherefore the public health plan option? Apparently, the Democrats on a pivotal Senate committee have a plan ready to roll that includes a government-run insurance option and a $750-per-worker annual fee on larger companies that don't offer coverage to employees. The Senators behind the plan are estimating its cost at $611.4 billion over 10 years. Article

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