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If the Cadillac plan takes effect in 2022, it “will force businesses to provide fewer benefit options and less comprehensive coverage, while increasing deductibles,” AHIP says. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Health insurers have started a new, nationwide campaign to increase support in Washington for group health and financial protection benefits.

America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) says it will be running ads over the next year to “bring employer-provided coverage to the forefront, highlighting the critical role this type of coverage plays in improving Americans’ health and financial security.”

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