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20 March 2006

03.20.06 NJ: Businesses must stop burdening taxpayers

by aflciopolitical
Giant retailers should supply low-wage workers with health care so the state doesn't have to do it for them. Some of the state's largest and most profitable employers are shifting the cost of providing employee health care onto the backs of state taxpayer

08 March 2006

New Jersey: S1320

by aflciopolitical
Sponsored by: Senator JOSEPH F. VITALE District 19 (Middlesex) Senator BARBARA BUONO District 18 (Middlesex) SYNOPSIS “Expanding Access to Health Care Act”; requires certain large employers to either provide specified level of health benefits to emplo

New Jersey: A2513

by aflciopolitical
Sponsored by: Assemblyman NEIL M. COHEN District 20 (Union) SYNOPSIS “Expanding Access to Health Care Act”; requires certain large employers to either provide specified level of health benefits to employees or pay assessment to State. CURRENT VERSION

03 March 2006

NJ: Arguments continue over health care bill

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Friday, March 03, 2006 BY DUNSTAN McNICHOL Star-Ledger Staff State labor unions and business advocates resumed their clash yesterday over a measure that would force large employers such as Wal- Mart to help cover the cost of public health insurance for th

27 February 2006

Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/26/2006 | 'Wal-mart' bill in N.J. seeks health benefits

by aflciopolitical
Posted on Sun, Feb. 26, 2006 Programs designed for the indigent are being tapped by workers at big firms. By Kaitlin Gurney Inquirer Trenton Bureau TRENTON - State Sen. Joe Vitale fought for years to expand FamilyCare, New Jersey's health-insuranc

23 February 2006

N.J. wants large employers to spend more on health care

by aflciopolitical
TRENTON -- Saying some large companies such as Wal-Mart are shirking their responsibilities to provide health care to employees, state senators took up proposals Monday aimed at forcing employers to pay more for coverage. One measure would force compan

New Jersey: Health care measure draws fire

by aflciopolitical
Friday, February 17, 2006 By HUGH R. MORLEY STAFF WRITER Opposition is brewing among business leaders to a bill in the state Legislature that would require large employers to pay for employee health coverage. The Senate bill would require N

New Jersey: Senators look at forcing employee health insurance | Asbury Park Press Online

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Posted by the Asbury Park Press on 02/7/06 BY JONATHAN TAMARI GANNETT STATE BUREAU TRENTON — Saying some large companies such as Wal-Mart are shirking their responsibilities to provide health care to employees, state senators took up proposals Mond

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