Taxes on workers' health benefits still possible, Obama advisers say

03/15/2009 | Washington Times, The

Despite President Barack Obama's opposition to imposing taxes on employees' health benefits, two administration officials -- Christina Romer of the White House Council of Economic Advisers and Lawrence Summers of the National Economic Council -- said they are not ruling out such a measure to help fund Obama's push toward changing health care. The advisers explained that Obama remains open to all health-reform ideas that meet the principles in his budget.

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