CEOs are taking a personal interest in the health-care debate. In a letter to President Clinton and congressional leaders, 21 corporate chieftains who have backed employer mandates, including IBM's Louis Gerstner and GE's Jack Welch, complain that the four bills pending in Congress would undercut their efforts to curb health costs. The measures, they say, could be "far worse for us than no reform."
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