Dan Maynard: It’s exchange testing time | LifeHealthPro.
Because states understand how much time pressure they and vendors face, they have been good about trying to be realistic about the keeping the scope of their projects realistic and minimizing the number of requests for changes, he said.
Well that’s a good thing!
Government Report: Obamacare Faces Rough Launch.
There’s no guarantee that President Barack Obama’s health care law will launch smoothly and on time, congressional investigators say in the first in-depth independent look at its progress.
Time to reiterate my past prection of Chaos.
Local Governments Cut Part-Time Hours To Avoid ObamaCare Mandate – Investors.com.
Say it ain’t so…
Yet while private companies are getting all this unwelcome and hostile attention, local governments across the country have been quietly doing exactly the same thing — cutting part-time hours specifically so they can skirt ObamaCare’s costly employer mandate, while complaining about the law in some of the harshest terms anyone has uttered in public.
The result is that part-time government workers — many of them low-income — face pay cuts that can top $3,000 a year, and yet will still be left without employer-provided benefits.
Dearborn, Mich.: “If we had to provide health care and other benefits to all of our employees, the burden on the city would be tremendous,” said Mayor John O’Reilly, explaining why the city is cutting its more than 700 part-time and seasonal workers down to 28 hours a week. “The city is like any private or public employer having to adjust to changes in the law.”
There are a multitude of additional examples at the link.
Let me get this straight, private companies don’t have these or similar issues as well?
I’m eagerly awaiting reports of what our local municipalities and school systems are doing from the Boulder Daily Camera and the Longmont Times Call.