Unions, businesses square off over health care reforms

09/10/2013 | Hill, The · Politico (Washington, D.C.)

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Labor leaders at the AFL-CIO convention are planning a formal resolution calling for changes to the Affordable Care Act, with unionists saying the agencies administering the reforms are "threatening the ability of workers to keep health care coverage through some collectively bargained, nonprofit health care funds." The move came as Rite Aid announced plans to follow CVS and Walgreen in partnering with the Obama administration to educate the public about the reforms.

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