NRF Opposes Clinton Health Plan an, chairman of the National Retail Federation, predicts 500,000 retail jobs would be lost if the Clinton administration's employer-mandated health care plan were adopted. Retailers, such as supermarkets, would be especially hard hit because of their low profit margins and large numbers of part-time and seasonal workers, said Brennan in testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee. Clinton's plan would "wreak havoc" on the nation's $2 trillion retail ...

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