CEOs quietly favor health care reform

05/11/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Corporate CEOs struggling with increasing costs for employee health care may be among the biggest supporters of health reform -- at least privately. "CEOs overwhelmingly want out of this business," says Benjamin Sasse, an assistant secretary of Health & Human Services under President George W. Bush. "They just do not want to be seen as more willing to dump [benefits] than their competitors are."

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