"Businesses would not be required to provide health insurance under legislation being readied for Senate debate, but large firms would owe significant penalties if any worker needed government subsidies to buy coverage on their own, according to Democratic officials familiar with talks on the bill". Translation: You don't have to insure your workers, but if they opt for government-run health care, IT'S GONNA COST YA. So it's better for companies to insure their workers then. Of course, there will be some idiots who are offered very good coverage by their employers WHICH THEY REFUSE.
by Judy Specht3 years ago
With 11 days until it takes effect, it would be a little bit helpful if there were some clear details. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/18/busin … 1&_r=0This article really concerns me since my cancer...
by sandra rinck6 years ago
I just wanted to clear up the garbage that is being put out about people being forced to buy a government health care plan. I know this seems to be the center of controversy over health care. For the record, no...
by fishskinfreak20086 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100308/ap_ … h_overhaul"President Barack Obama accused insurance companies of placing profits over people and said Republicans ignored long-festering problems when...
by SparklingJewel4 years ago
Jeanne Monahan, director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council, blasted the news as a “profound violation of religious liberty.”“The reality is that the HHS mandate forces...
by Holle Abee6 years ago
I thought this article was interesting, especially since it appeared in the NYT. According to this guru, costs will INCREASE, not decrease. This is the same guru that democrats hailed as wonderful when he challenged...
by Cowboy Coasters6 years ago
....for immigrants and very lazy poor people.
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