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    Patient Protection Affordability Care Act (PPACA)

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    The new Patient Protection Affordability Care Act (PPACA) requires certain employers to provide health insurance to eligible employees. There has been a lot of litigation surrounding this new law; however, the United States Supreme Court has ruled the law is constitutional and valid. Explain an employer's obligation under the requirements of this new law. Which employers does the new law cover? Which employees are eligible?

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    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is also known as Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The purpose of the PPACA is to increase the quality and the affordability of health insurance, lower the rate of uninsured people within the United States, and reduce the costs associated with healthcare. Employer's that have 50 employees or more are mandated to provide health insurance for full-time ...

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    260 word explanation of which employees must have their healthcare covered covered by America's new Patient Protection Affordability Care Act.