Large contractors subject to health care reform

03/26/2010 | Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, Ore.)

Contractors with 50 employees or more are required to offer health insurance to workers as part of the new health care reform, leading some to worry that larger firms won't be able to compete on bids with smaller ones. But others say providing insurance to workers boosts competititiveness. "If you cut benefits, you cut your ability to perform as a company," said Brian Turmail, spokesman for the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, Ore.)

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