CHICAGO -- Small employers would benefit from lifting the ban on voluntary insurance purchasing groups contained in President Clinton's health care proposal, Bob Bartels, president of Martin's Super Markets, South Bend, Ind., said here last week. Speaking as part of the health care segment of the FMI Speaks report at last week's annual Food Marketing Institute convention, Bartels said voluntary purchasing groups "would help smaller companies and uninsured individuals buy affordable insurance ...

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