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Now -- administration's decision to play a key provision obamacare.
It -- -- a small victory for small businesses we're gonna find out right now because joining us.
Don't fall apart from the National Federation of Independent Business -- the bill first and foremost you've got to take something of a victory lap on its because your organization.
You guys push hard for this.
We've we did in fact we're the ones that took -- to the Supreme Court thought we can get it fix there but.
Didn't make it so here we are now and -- that's no surprise what's going -- -- if you.
How a look at the big picture here what you -- is a couple hundred people who had little or no business experience private sector experience decide to restructure.
15% of GDP well who could -- expect but a disaster and that's -- we have on our hands.
Yeah but that disaster doesn't go weighs just puts off a little bit when I hear Valerie here saying we listened to businesses in my mind of the -- really -- they would scrap the whole thing.
Well that's right well they listened to a few businesses -- always the favorite people would get the exemptions and get the special deals than.
So -- so they were certainly listening to them and they're also listen to their political advisors who -- saying to them you know.
This is going to be a mess and you don't need a mess -- -- into the Tony working in elections.
So just put it off don't worry about the fact -- -- the law of the land you -- Mr.
President can just say oh well we just won't -- have a go into effect after all little executive power there.
Lot of bad things happening down there you know bill -- Liz McDonald brought up a great point earlier about businesses using this window of opportunity.
To sort of more or less dump.
Employees on state exchanges and just never having to face this at all I mean is that the real solution or or business as what do you think businesses -- gonna do.
While some of that can have a course but half the states don't have exchanges and those that do don't have really working very well also it's pretty hard to kind of dump America's.
There's no place for them to go.
That's going to be an issue and of course we didn't really change the requirement for firms under fifty whatever.
You know the shape of that is gonna be there they're not there and they don't face the 2000 per person fine.
But that somehow between them and their employees who are the employees.
Are as individuals are mandated to get insurance.
That -- stuff -- stays in place and so.
You know there are new workers have to work this out -- their bosses and say well you know if you give me insurance is so expensive might take home pay goes to nothing Lampe in all the for the insurance and now.
Lot of issues there -- and that and there will let you suggest.
Lead to a change in the structure of employment we're gonna use fewer workers we're gonna use.
Full time workers will use more part time workers will do the kind of thing.
Things that respond to the incentives in the law which is you know going to try to minimize our cost even though it's not good for employment.
All right bill I tell you I'm sure the fight from -- -- is not over certainly.
You guys most wanna see this -- -- but again we tip our hat to you you were the first I thought of last night -- the news came across we appreciate you taking the time this morning.
All right thanks Charles good to -- and see --
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