Topic: Cadillac Tax
One study predicts health care reform would add billions to the deficit, while another predicts just the opposite. Which is right?
The summary of the tax impact of the health care reform bill is that many of the big taxes to fund the legislation kick in later. Will they ever be paid?
03/23/2010 10:17 am
If the health care reform vote succeeds today, the $940 billion bill would be the biggest change to domestic policy in a generation. The rich and the health industry would pick up most of the tab.
03/21/2010 08:59 am
Healthcare reform legislation often means cutting 'deals,' but public anger over earmarks may further gridlock healthcare reform.
02/05/2010 06:55 pm
Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House would not approve the Senate-passed bill. But Scott Brown's vote might make it impossible to get a House-modified bill back through the Senate.
01/21/2010 07:21 pm
Organized labor pressed Congress and the White House to ease the 'Cadillac tax' on expensive healthcare insurance policies. This means other ways to pay for a healthcare reform bill will have to be considered – including hospitals, the pharmaceutical industry, and Medicare.
01/15/2010 02:51 pm
President Obama meets with union leaders Monday. Unions worry that the Senate healthcare reform bill's 'Cadillac tax' on expensive health-insurance policies could affect its members.
01/11/2010 03:46 pm