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2. The implications of declining retiree health insurance

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3. Effects of employer health costs on the trend and distribution of Social Security-taxable wages

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4. Spousal labor market effects from government health insurance: evidence from a Veterans Affairs expansion

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5. Health insurance exchange planning: philanthropy leading the way

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6. The impact of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act on inpatient admissions

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7. Spending on shoppable services in health care

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8. An analysis of leading congressional health care bills, 2005-2007: Part I insurance coverage

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9. An analysis of leading Congressional health care bills, 2007-2008: part I, insurance coverage

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10. Adding employer contributions to health insurance to Social Security's earnings and tax base

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11. What happens to health benefits after retirement?

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12. Do health insurance reforms boost demands for older workers by SES?

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13. Lessons from the Small Business Health Options Program: the SHOP experience in California and Colorado

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14. Affordable Care Act: IRS should mitigate limitations of data to be used for the age and gender adjustment for the tax on high-cost health plans : report to Congressional committees

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16. Federal subsidies for health insurance coverage for people under age 65: 2018 to 2028

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18. Health care price transparency and price competition

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20. Front and center: ensuring that health reform puts people first

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21. Health care opinion leaders' views on transparency and pricing

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22. Help on the horizon: how the recession has left millions of workers without health insurance, and how health reform will bring relief : findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey of 2010

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24. What is “affordable” health care?: a review of concepts to guide policymakers

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26. Squeezed: how costs for insuring families are outpacing income : a state-by-state analysis

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27. Early impacts of the Affordable Care Act on health insurance coverage in Minnesota

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29. Employers' use of health insurance exchanges: lessons from Massachusetts

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30. California employer health benefits: workers shoulder more costs

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31. Under pressure: adults with hypertension are spending increasingly more on health care

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32. Trends in primary care visits

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36. The growing cost burden of employer health insurance for U.S. families and implications for their health and economic security: invited testimony : U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures : hearing on “how middle-class families are faring in today’s economy”

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37. Status of U.S. health insurance coverage and the potential of recent congressional health reform bills to expand coverage and lower consumer costs: invited testimony : U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Rules : hearing on "Medicare for All Act of 2019"

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38. How CBO and JCT analyze major proposals that would affect health insurance coverage

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39. How the erosion of employer-sponsored insurance is contributing to Medicare beneficiaries' financial burden

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