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  • Not enacted
    The President has not signed this bill
  • The senate has not voted
  • The house Passed April 3rd, 2014
    Roll Call Vote 248 Yea / 179 Nay
      house Committees
      House Committee on Ways and Means
      Health
    IntroducedJune 28th, 2013

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    Employers should decide how to define full time work. No more then 40 hours a week.
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    Trying to leave thousands of Americans to die without Healthcare to save corporations money? No thanks. The Government is supposed to be "for the people."
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    Reducing full time to 30 hours would actually create more jobs which would allow more people to participate in the economy. Win. Win.
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    36-40.
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    For decades federal regulations and most states define full-time as 30-hours a week or more. In fact, some benefits I am aware of define full-time as 20-hours a week or more (Texas Teachers Retirement. ) This is a scam by the GOP to kick people off of ObamaCare that actually would increase the federal deficit as well as misery in people's lives.
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    americans need these jobs!!! Why import strangers?
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    for purposes of health care 30 hours should be the standard. Too many employers would use this to avoid having to provide health care by having people work 39 hours per week.
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    The workforce is changing and so will our definition of "full-time"
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    This bill is purely one side of the aisle trying to upset the other. It solves nothing and will hurt more Americans than it could ever help.
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