Via Wall Street Journal:
Around one in 10 employers in the U.S. plans to drop health coverage for workers in the next few years as the bulk of the federal health-care law begins, and more indicated they may do so over time, according to a study to be released Tuesday by consulting company Deloitte.
The majority of Americans under age 65 who have health insurance get it through an employer. A big question about the law is whether companies will continue to offer coverage after a slate of changes starting in 2014 will give Americans more options for buying coverage without the help of an employer.
Keep in mind that the fact that Americans are reliant upon employers for their health insurance is in itself a result of onerous government regulations. Now everyone will be forced to rely on government for their health insurance.
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