Last week, The Agenda reported on a House committee hearing that examined a provision in the Affordable Care Act that requires companies with at least 50 employees to offer health insurance to any employee who works at least 30 hours a week. It appeared that a bill to raise that threshold to 40 hours, the Save American Workers Act, could be on a fast track to debate by the full House, and on Tuesday the legislation took a big step forward when it passed out of the Ways and Means Committee.
A Hotelier Corrects His Testimony on the Impact of the Affordable Care Act
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