WASHINGTON — American families who don't get health insurance after the system is overhauled would be fined up to $3,800 per year under a proposal that circulated in Congress on Tuesday as Democratic leaders cast doubt on prospects for creating a government-run insurance plan.
Montana senator proposes fines for going without health insurance
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