Health care waivers are approved for unions, employers

A number of companies and unions have received waivers from the federal government so they don't have to maintain minimal coverage for employees under the health reform law. Some employers, including McDonald's, had threatened to drop health coverage for hourly workers because they said it wasn't fiscally feasible. The waivers are aimed at providing coverage for workers until 2014, when marketplaces organized by the government will offer tax-subsidized coverage, government officials say.

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