One in eight small businesses have stopped providing health insurance since Obamacare was passed


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Finding out what’s in it: One in eight small businesses have stopped providing health insurance since Obamacare was passed.

One of the great “promises” of [Obamacare’s] supporters was that insured people would be able to keep their current health insurance plan. As a practical matter that has not been true for a substantial number of small employers and their employees. Since enactment, one in eight (12%) small employers have either had their health insurance plans terminated or been told that their plan would not be available in the future.

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  • Kelly Starks

    That did talk (when they thought it wouldn’t get out) that this was a step toward gov takeover of all health insurence. Even they sometimes speak the truth.

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