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Taxing High-Cost (Cadillac) Plans
Taxing high-cost (cadillac) plans

POINT: Taxing so-called Cadillac plans, which offer higher-than-average levels of benefits, will lead to more efficient health care spending and provide needed financing for health care reform.

RandyHaught, The Lewin Group

COUNTERPOINT: Such taxes will not lead to more efficient health care spending because lower premiums do not ...

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