Obamacare Architect Emanuel: Most Employers Will Drop Health Coverage

Religious challenge to health care law hits high court

“He did lie, and he should be held accountable,” said Roy, who advised Mitt Romney’s Republican campaign in 2012. “But it’s a better world where people shop on their own.” Roy believes the shifts will be most likely among retailers and restaurants whose low-wage workers would be eligible for public subsidies. But much of the shift will depend on whether the healthcare exchanges start working properly, said Emanuel. Obama says the exchanges are now operating well as the March 31 deadline for people to get insurance nears, but unless they evolve into easy-to-navigate shopping marketplaces, which were promised to begin with, the shift away from employer-based coverage may not happen, Emanuel noted. But the government can solve the sites’ problems, he said, and constant attention must be paid to the sites to keep them modern and updated. “Zappos [the popular online shoe store] didn’t put up a website and go home,” Emanuel said.
Obamacare Architect Emanuel: Most Employers Will Drop Health Coverage

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Religious challenge to health care law hits high court

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