Politics & Government

February 10, 2014 6:55 PM

Obama administration delays health law’s employer mandate – again

Employers with 50 to 99 workers will have yet another year, until 2016, to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s requirement to provide health coverage for full-time employees, the Obama administration announced Monday.

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