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OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- In a move that would capitalize on provisions under President Barack Obama's health care law but could cost the federal government millions of dollars, Washington state lawmakers have found a creative way to pass a large chunk of their health care expenses along to Washington, D.C.

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    However, it would consequently push more health care costs onto the federal government, since many low-income part-time state employees and education workers would likely qualify for federal ...
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    Governments may push workers to health exchange AMA initiative to target diabetes, heart disease Washington state appears to be the first major government to seriously explore the possibility of pushing workers into the exchange — but it probably won’t be the last.
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  • Governments may push workers to health exchange
    It would consequently push more health care costs onto the federal government because many of the low-income workers would likely qualify for federal subsidies. Washington state appears to be the...
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  • Governments may push workers to health exchange
    It would consequently push more health care costs onto the federal government because many of the low-income workers would likely qualify for federal subsidies. Washington state appears to be the...
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  • Governments may push workers to health exchange | MPR News
    It would consequently push more health care costs onto the federal government because many of the low-income workers would likely qualify for federal subsidies. Washington state appears to be the...
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