This is an interesting proposition.  .
It appears you either  further burden those who are fortunate enough to have something or add the proverbial straw to the camel's back of the employers who can't afford something. 
I can see the employers who currently offer something to bail out and take the less expensive approach.  The question is how good will the coverage be?

"Haskell, Patrick" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
It's universal health care, of course, silly. The one thing that could
salvage our failing industrial giants. Too bad all the pro-business
conservatives are so anti-government, since that's probably the single
best thing to keep profits in the US, preserve good American jobs and
make our economy more efficient. How ironic.

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