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Committee on FinanceIntroducedSeptember 7th, 2017
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Common sense holds that a full-time employee is someone who works at least 40 hours per week, and Obamacare’s employer mandate to provide health insurance should reflect that so part-time workers don’t have their hours cut below the current 30 hour threshold.
The Affordable Care Act was wise to redefine “full-time employee” as someone who works at least 30 hours per week, and Congress shouldn’t reverse that change as it could lead to fewer employees being offered health insurance by their employer.