Rep. Sinema: Health insurance tax would hurt Arizona small businesses

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema addresses small business owners at bluemedia in Tempe Wednesday afternoon /Photo- Mike Sackley
Rep. Kyrsten Sinema addresses small business owners at bluemedia in Tempe Wednesday afternoon /Photo- Mike Sackley

By Mike Sackley | KTAR

Arizona’s small business owners and employers could be negatively affected by a national health insurance tax.

That’s the view of Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ 09), who is the co-sponsor of a bill in Congress that would permanently repeal the tax. She said if the health insurance tax goes into effect, small business employees with families could pay up to $450 more per year for their health insurance premiums.

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