A Wall Street Journal story published Thursday reports that several companies working with lawmakers on health reform analysis may have been misrepresented in a House committee report. 

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce filed a report that investigates how health reform affects employer-provided health coverage. The report is a collection of conclusions based on several internal documents the committee received from a council of individuals that represent some of the largest employers in the country.

The President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, created in January 2011, includes Southwest Airlines, UBS, General Electric, and several others that employ thousands of workers nationwide.

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