Voters are sending a clear message: they are concerned about the economy and worried about being able to afford health care. To examine this important nexus of health care and the economy, the New America Foundation welcomed Senator Deborah Stabenow (D-MI), the Wall Street Journal's Laurie McGinley, and representatives from the business, labor, and economic communities to discuss the impact of rising health care costs on U.S. competitiveness and American jobs. The Capitol Hill event was focused on the recent work by Len Nichols and Sarah Axeen entitled, "Employer Health Costs in a Global Economy: A Competitive Disadvantage for U.S. Firms."
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