Employer mandate delay to have small effect on ACA rollout

08/20/2013 | Hill, The

A Rand Corp. study found that the Obama administration's July decision to delay the Affordable Care Act's large-employer mandate by one year will not have a significant effect financially on the law. The study found approximately 300,000 fewer individuals will have employer-sponsored health coverage next year. The requirement's delay will reduce the amount of penalties that the government could have collected by about $11 billion.

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