Health Care Special Interests Four Hundred Billion – Consumers Zero

That’s the Congressional health care score card for December.

As the year winds down and must pass year-end spending bills are completed––and with that any chance of attaching and approving health care legislation––the special interests have won big and consumers have lost big.

Employers, unions, and insurance companies won big with the repeal of the “Cadillac” tax on high cost benefit plans at

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