WASHINGTON -- Declaring that “employer-based health care is dead,” a coalition of labor unions and businesses, including Wal-Mart Stores, called on lawmakers to remake the health care system here Wednesday. The group, which called itself “Better Health Care Together,” paired Service Employees International Union and the Communications Workers of America with employers such as Wal-Mart and AT&T. The SEIU funds Wal-Mart Watch, a group that has been sharply critical of Wal-Mart. “We need ...

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