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Affordable Care Act delay benefits business

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The Affordable Care Act is confusing. Three years after it became law, polls show many Americans still don't know what it means for them. So when the Obama Administration announced last week it would delay implementation of a key provision of the law -- the requirement that large businesses provide coverage to workers or pay a penalty -- that confusion only grew. Some opponents of the law held up the delay as evidence of a ...


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albright1
July 10, 2013
5:23 p.m.

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Bethany, in general I like your stuff. But you have to take the blinders off. It is good for business to delay the implementation until 2015 just like it will be good to delay it until 2016 , 2017 etc. The law is bad for business and all Americans. This delay was pure politics. Obama and the democrats can't survive the 2014 elections once this abomination becomes reality. Do you really think 3 years is not enough time to get their act together? Do you really think 1 more year will make the difference?

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