Professor Muris' Ideas Highlighted in Article Concerning President Bush's Tax Advisory Commission
Professor Timothy Muris, a member of President Bush's tax advisory commission, backs a proposal to limit deductions for employer-provided health insurance.
Tax Panel Says Popular Breaks Should be Cut, The New York Times, October 12, 2005. By David E. Rosenbaum.
"The main proponent of the health insurance proposal, Timothy J. Muris, a former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission and a law professor at George Mason University, said limitless tax-free health insurance premiums encouraged workers to demand and companies to offer overly generous insurance and resulted in increased health costs."