A handful of analysts and politicos have warned that Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provisionsmost notably the employer mandatewould have a negative impact on employment, cut jobs and reduce full-time workers hours.
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A handful of analysts and politicos have warned that Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provisions—most notably the employer mandate—would have a negative impact on employment, cut jobs and reduce full-time workers’ hours. But none of that has happened—at least according to new analysis.
In fact, argue researchers from the Urban Institute, PPACA’s implementation is associated with an increase in employment among those most likely to be affected by its provisions.
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