WASHINGTON (FNS) -- With Congress set to open debate this week on health insurance reform, the supermarket industry's opponents to mandatory employer payments for health care don't appear to be appeased by a bill unveiled last week by Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell that would slow the mandate process. The bill from Mitchell, D-Maine, endorsed last week by President Clinton, would require employers to pay half of their employees' premiums if 95% of all Americans don't have health ...

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