A health care proposal made by a union hoping to represent state workers comes under scrutiny. Representatives of the Service Employees International Union say they have a way to save state employees hundreds of dollars in health care costs … and save the state millions of dollars. Union President Grant Williams wants Missouri Consolidated to accept a special union health structure sanctioned by the federal government. It would only be an option for state workers covdered by a collective bargaining agreement and Williams says that runs counter to the argument offered against collective bargaining. Missouri Consolidated covers more than 100-thousand state workers.