Known for treating its employees well, the supermarket chain will end health insurance for part-timers in 2015. That might not be so bad, though.
Seniors with long-term care coverage, which Obamacare doesn't touch, are getting a double whammy of premium hikes and benefit cuts.
Much higher rates for this group could be the impact of the insurance overhaul's aim to cover the chronically ill.
Most adults under 30 clamor for health insurance, according to a new survey. They're still iffy about the new mandate, though.
This occupation is already flooded with new work in anticipation of the Affordable Care Act's regulatory complexity.
Even Obamacare coverage with reasonably priced monthly premiums can quickly turn into a financial burden.
The retail giant denies the strategy is aimed at reducing costs, but the move could sidestep Obamacare enrollment.
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