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e21 Event: If You Like What You Have, Can You Keep It?

e21 | 02/02/2012

On Tuesday, January 31st, e21 held an event exploring the implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), which was sold to the American people with the promise that “If you like what you have, you can keep it.” New academic research is clearly disproving this claim. The health law provides strong incentives for employers to move their sick and low-wage workers out of job-based plans and into publicly subsidized coverage. The result will be soaring costs for taxpayers, and millions of people losing the coverage they have today.

The event featured a presentation by Professor Daniel Schwarcz of the University of Minnesota Law School, a speech by Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), and commentary from James C. Capretta.

Read Prof. Schwarcz's paper, "Will Employers Undermine Health Care Reform by Dumping Sick Employees?" here.

Click here to download a copy of Prof. Schwarcz's slides.

Event video:


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