Answer. Because it's too expensive for these companies and they would have to cancel coverage for millions of there employees. That's not good before an election.
I think there is major concern that many small business employers will opt out of providing health care coverage to their employees now, that they consider it more cost effective to pay the $3K fine. If that is correct, it is a quite telling action on the abominable financial burden of the future from implementation of ObamaCare.
I do hope it is not good before an election, but oddly enough it is rarely mentioned on the old mainstream network news channels, hardly mentioned at all.
Kind of like that awful Guantanamo place, that place had to go. It was constantly in the news then all of a sudden poof...whats Guantanamo?
Yeah, don't report what is not complimentary to the POTUS's stated policies or views when he was in campaign mode.....
by SparklingJewel 7 years ago
a conservative perspective and petition going around states this..."...So far Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has given five entire states and 1,169 businesses waivers that exempt them from provisions of ObamaCare that impose harm. Quite ironically, Sec. Sebelius’ and...
by My Esoteric 4 years ago
By the time the dust settles, there will be more than 7 million paying enrollments into the Obamacare program through the Federal, State, and off exchanges. It also appears that the mix of young and old, while not ideal, may not be too bad; although that remains to be seen.What does it mean...
by Mike Russo 5 years ago
How is your state doing with Obama Care State Exchanges? Read this article about how the California State Exchange is going to help lower premium costs.http://thinkprogress.org/health/2013/05 … ng-points/
by Jack Lee 11 months ago
Here are the 7 -"Arizona's John McCain, Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, Ohio's Rob Portman, Tennessee's Lamar Alexander, West Virginia's Shelley Moore Capito, Nevada's Dean Heller, and Maine's Susan Collins were the dissenting GOP Senators on the Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act (ORRA) Wednesday....
by Barefootfae 4 years ago
http://hotair.com/archives/2013/03/27/s … s-to-rise/To all those who swore and I am certain will still swear ACA won't raise premiums:Kathleen Sebelius.
by Susan Reid 4 years ago
If you are insured through your employer, the answer is no. If you are an individual or small business owner, please share your thoughts.Did you know there will be online health care insurance marketplaces (exchanges) in every state?Is your state running its own exchange ... ...or is it...
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