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Oregon, which already has health care standards above what the Feds would be mandating, would be just one state where its citizens might be paying more for insurance coverage than they do now if the current health care legislation passes.  In addition, employers and private citizens would be paying an additional tax if Washington deems their health coverage unacceptable by the Feds’ standards.

Read this:  Health care reform may prove costly – Portland Business Journal: .