ACA could lead to harassment claims, experts say

The Affordable Care Act may spur some employers to try to influence workers' decisions about their health coverage, experts say. "We are expecting claims of harassment and retaliation to arise because of employment decisions that companies will be making," lawyer Scott Carroll says.

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