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JW Files Taxpayer Lawsuit to Stop Congress from Participating in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange

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JW Files Taxpayer Lawsuit to Stop Congress from Participating in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange

At least 12,359 members of Congress, congressional staffers, and their spouses and dependents currently purchase health insurance in D.C.’s “Small Business Exchange” even though Congress far exceeds D.C. law’s 50-employee limit for participating in the exchange.


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