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The Virginia Congressman says there's a better way to fund heathcare reform than on the backs of federal employees.
An earlier agreement exempting union employees from a proposed excise tax on high priced health plans has now been extended to all federal employees. We learn how, and why.
It's gut-check time for President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats on their health care overhaul. Federal employees can at least hope the excise tax will get lost in the shuffle.
Federal employees covered under some of the more expensive plans in the Federal Employees Heath Benefit Program now have some breathing room as well.
If you think health insurance premiums are high now, just wait a couple of years. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey talks about the impact of health care reform on your high-value FEHBP health plan.
Will the majority of feds, who don't belong to any union, be hit with a proposed 40 percent excise tax on high-value health plans years before the tax hits union members? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey hopes to get some answers today.
The Senate has a proposal that would tax so-called Cadillac coverage health plans, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey reports an expert on the subject says it could produce lower health premiums for feds and retirees.
The congressional steamroller working on health care reform doesn't appear to be a danger to your federal health plan, but as Senior Correspondent Mike Causey notes, anything can, and often does, happen when Senate-House members go to a last minute conference.