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Religious Challenge To Health Care Law Hits High Court

March 28, 2014

Health care law has uneven impact on companies

"These drugs have life-ending effects," says Anna Franzonello, counsel for Americans United for Life, an anti-abortion group. To defend such methods, she says, "is like saying because it's not killing somebody at a later stage of life it's killing them at an earlier stage it's not killing." Groups that lobby for reproductive rights contend the drugs and devices do no such thing they merely prevent fertilization by inhibiting ovulation or by preventing sperm from reaching the egg. That helps to prevent unwanted pregnancies, which often lead to surgical abortions later on. "This is contraception, not abortion.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2014/03/19/supreme-court-contraception-religion-health-corporation/6331535/

He projects savings of $3,000 to $4,000 annually - significant for a company with $500,000 to $1 million in annual revenue, he said. Bigger companies also can save by sending employees to exchanges. Western Communications Inc. dropped coverage for its 280 employees this the year after the newspaper publisher had more than $2 million in health care claims last year. Employees can go to exchanges, where they may be eligible for subsidies to help pay for care.
Health care law has uneven impact on companies

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