In case you still doubt that Obamacare’s costly mandates are causing employers to cut workers’ hours, you need to learn what it is doing to the game of baseball.
Last Tuesday’s game between the San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs was marred by a farcical unrolling of the tarp when rain started pouring down.
The reason: A shortage of seasonal workers, who have to be kept under 130 hours per month.
That’s the full-time worker definition under “Obamacare,” which requires employer-provided healthcare benefits for “big businesses” such as a major league team.
Read the entire article at the NCPA Health Policy Blog.