The National Federation of Independent Business today released a study that reveals small businesses aren't buying the new health care law.-- The study provides insight into why employers may be hesitating.
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The Hill: Healthcare law could leave families with high insurance costs
By Julian Pecquet
The House Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee today examined the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), the controversial board of 15 unelected bureaucrats created in the health care law to cut Medicare spending.
A new report from the Associated Press scrutinizes yet another flaw in the health care law--- one that has received little attention despite its costly consequences.
The uncertainty--created by the health care law--continues to plague job creators, and--lately, it seems the Obama administration is going out of its way to make--the problem--worse. The health care law mandates that all--employers--offering health care coverage to their workers must--provide--a government-defined--"Essential Benefits Package." --What does that entail? No one knows.