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_creationDateOctober 21, 2014 4:50:01 AM
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AuthorThe Oklahoman editorial board
SourceThe Oklahoman
DateOctober 16, 2014
URLhttp://newsok.com/health-care-law-winds-up-discouraging-work-upward-mobility/article/5356773
QuoteIn response to Obamacare’s incentives, [economist Casey] Mulligan estimates about 3.6 percentage points more of the workforce will reduce their work hours to between 26 and 29 hours per week than what would occur if Obamacare wasn’t the law. This group will be disproportionately female because women represent a greater percentage of those currently working 30 to 35 hours.
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Health care law winds up discouraging work, upward mobility by The Oklahoman editorial board (The Oklahoman, October 16, 2014) (view)

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TopicPatient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Position_fragmentAct should not have been passed
PositionPatient Protection and Affordable Care Act / Act should not have been passed
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Act should not have been passed

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