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It’s ‘Affordable,’ so it must be good

Feb 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

By Jeb Bladine
Of the News-Register

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04:39 am - Mon, February 25 2013
troy prouty said:
I see one thing missing on this story is the insurance company will need to spend a certain amount or have to reimburse the company back the difference paid vs spent. Many states like Washington already require insurance. A company (even small) in my opinion can probably afford insurance more then their employee could on their own, because as you know the majority of americans have seen no increase above inflation in a very long time unless you are an executive.

My concern on the other hand is this is another blow to small companies more than bigger one's, which once again puts the possibility of deleting competition, because of cost "operating".


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