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State Bill Aims to Close Obamacare Loophole

KQED The California Report, June 13, 2013

 

Under the Affordable Care Act, firms that employ 50 people or more must provide full-time workers with health insurance, or face a fine of $2,000 to $3,000 a head per year. So what's to stop employers from cutting worker hours to force them onto either Medi-Cal or the new state insurance exchanges? One bill moving through Sacramento attempts to close the loophole for California's largest employers.

Reporter: Kelley Weiss

 

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