SPOTLIGHT: Health insurance mandate could squeeze middle class

Those who support an individual insurance mandate under health reform seem pretty confident that they can provide big enough subsidies to help poor people get insured. The thing is, what do policymakers do about the pinched middle class, who make too much to qualify for subsidies but still lack the means to pay premiums? That's still up in the air, it seems. Article

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