A domestic focus of President Bush’s State of the Union address was a proposal aimed at expanding access to affordable health insurance that faces a tough political road to becoming reality.
President Bush’s plan would be part of a major change to the tax code -- treating employer-provided health insurance as taxable income (instead of exempting it from income and payroll taxes) and creating a new tax benefit for those buying insurance on their own rather than through an employer.
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