The sweeping law will require all Americans to have insurance or else pay a penalty, and will mandate and place new parameters on the coverage of workers by their employers, effective at the start of 2014.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act brought some degree of closure for retailers and their workers, but at the same time left room for a range of outcomes that the industry will seek to shape. National retail associations — including Food Marketing Institute and National Grocers Association — last week said they would continue to try to influence through regulatory and legislative channels how the ...
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