Difference between revisions of "Affordable Care Act lies"

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|quote=Labor force participation is at its lowest point in 40 years. The recovery has been historically weak and protracted. And the CBO blew the doors off with a February report reflecting an Obamacare-induced projected loss of 2 million jobs (out of the labor market) by 2017 — mostly from workers choosing to supply less labor. Now, three Federal Reserve banks report private sector survey respondents are either cutting jobs, shifting workers to part-time status and/or increasing the employee contribution to their health care plans — all as a result of Obamacare.
 
|quote=Labor force participation is at its lowest point in 40 years. The recovery has been historically weak and protracted. And the CBO blew the doors off with a February report reflecting an Obamacare-induced projected loss of 2 million jobs (out of the labor market) by 2017 — mostly from workers choosing to supply less labor. Now, three Federal Reserve banks report private sector survey respondents are either cutting jobs, shifting workers to part-time status and/or increasing the employee contribution to their health care plans — all as a result of Obamacare.
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{{Opinion|Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act|Act should not have been passed|for}}
 
{{Opinion|Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act|Act should not have been passed|for}}

Latest revision as of 20:25, September 29, 2014

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Author(s) Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.
Source The Baltimore Sun
Date September 21, 2014
URL http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/bs-ed-ehrlich-0921-20140917,0,3689426.column
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Quotes-start.png Labor force participation is at its lowest point in 40 years. The recovery has been historically weak and protracted. And the CBO blew the doors off with a February report reflecting an Obamacare-induced projected loss of 2 million jobs (out of the labor market) by 2017 — mostly from workers choosing to supply less labor. Now, three Federal Reserve banks report private sector survey respondents are either cutting jobs, shifting workers to part-time status and/or increasing the employee contribution to their health care plans — all as a result of Obamacare. Quotes-end.png


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This item argues for the position Act should not have been passed on the topic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.