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An analysis by White Castle noted provisions that hit employers with a $3,000 per employee penalty - even if they offer health insurance - for workers whose household income is low enough that they can get subsidized health coverage through a government-run insurance exchange.The penalty for offering coverage to a low-income worker is 50% higher than the Obamacare penalty ($2,000 per employee) for NOT offering coverage. 4 Harder for young people to afford insurance: The White House just issued rules for health insurers to extend dependent coverage to "children" up to 26 years old, undercutting the President's campaign promise that American families would see a $2,500 reduction in their annual premiums.

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Human Events; Jun 14, 2010; 66, 21; Docstoc
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