Franchisees push lawmakers to redefine full-time under ACA

09/18/2013 | Hill, The

More than 300 franchisees from major national chains including McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts hit Capitol Hill this week to lobby lawmakers on bills that would change the Affordable Care Act's definition of full-time workers from 30 to 40 hours per week. "This 30-hour issue is beginning to resonate on both sides of the aisle. Since it has been pushed off now for more than a year, it could mature before the end of this year, and we could increase pressure on the issue," NRF Vice President Neil Trautwein said.

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