The Heritage Foundation:  “The reconciliation bill adds even more taxes for Americans — an estimated $52.3 billion over 10 years, according to a new analysis from Americans for Tax Reform. . . . Heritage’s Robert Book, Guinevere Nell and Paul Winfree have been documenting these tax changes, noting how the legislation imposes new taxes on employers, the sick, and low-income and moderate-income workers.”  The new taxes include, medical devices, prescription drugs, health insurance, “cadillac” tax on high premium health plans, and a tax on employees from low income families.