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Monday, November 12, 2012

Would you pay 14 extra cents to help pizza workers get health insurance?

The head of Papa John's, a strong Mitt Romney supporter, says he will be cutting workers' hours because of the Affordable Care Act, which will require large companies such as that one to begin offering health care coverage to employees or pay a fine instead.

I suspect his personal health coverage will be just fine. And not that you asked, but, yes, I'd be willing to pay an extra 14 cents per pizza to help employees of Papa John's secure health insurance.


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