Senator R. Wyden understands correctly that trusting the individual consumer makes for a free society. Those individuals who like the options that their employer gives them for healthcare will keep that job. And those who don’t want their employer to provide them with healthcare won’t find any more reason to stay with that particular employer on those grounds. So give employers the choice to attract talent, not healthcare need or even desperation of their employees. And, give emplyees and unemployed a free market health care system. And, provide some competing plans outside the labor "umbrella". Senator Wyden’s got it right, and he understands the principle of libertarians. It was my hope that other senators would be as bold in their interpretation of a free society.