President Obama supports a Senate proposal for a tax on so called “Cadillac” health care plans. What these high-cost insurance plans provide, who would be taxed and why labor leaders and others are fighting back.

Guests

  • Gerald Shea AFL-CIO, special assistant to the president for health care
  • Elise Gould director, health policy research, Economic Policy Institute
  • Jonathan Gruber professor of economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and technical consultant,Department of Health and Human Services
  • Karen Tumulty national political correspondent, "Time" magazine.

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