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Economy: Affordable Care Act #1039827

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 2013
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Some of the new laws taking effect with the New Year, including Maryland’s same-sex marriage law, laws involving the use of social media in California and Illinois, and the Medicare tax increase associated with the Affordable Care Act, noted. The preparations of small business owners for the requirements of Obamacare examined; details given about the requirement for businesses to provide health care for employees. [Five Guys owner John RIGOS††- says it will probably reduce the staff; comments on the challenge of competing with other restaurants.] [Health policy advisor Dr. Ezekiel EMANUEL††- predicts we will see costs moderate.]
Mason, Anthony

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