State retail association executives told SN last week they oppose the concept of "fair share health care" legislation the AFL-CIO said it hopes to introduce in approximately 30 states. As outlined by the AFL-CIO in a press conference last week, the legislation would require large corporations to allocate specified amounts of their payrolls to health care coverage for their employees or else pay a certain amount into state-funded programs like Medicaid to cover uninsured individuals, with ...

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