A key provision in the Affordable Care Act that would require businesses with at least 50 employees to provide health insurance will be delayed until 2015. The move is considered a victory for business and associates — including ASA — that lobbied against the healthcare law.
According to The Hill, White House officials see the delay as a decision needed to give employers more time to comply with the rules. Read here for the rest of the story from TheHill.com.
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