On July 1, Macy’s joined the growing list of businesses that have started charging smokers steeper premiums for health coverage, asking its employees who smoke to pay $420 more per year in coverage than their non-smoking colleagues.
As health care costs soar and a struggling economy keeps corporate earnings under pressure, more and more business leaders are taking a hard look at ways to control health insurance costs and grappling with the possibility of imposing higher premiums on smokers.
American Morning wants to know: Is it fair to ask employees who smoke to pay more for health insurance?
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