Under Repeal, One Out Of Twenty Health Care Jobs Would Possibly Be Eliminated In Next 10 Years
Repealing the law would dramatically scale back federal funding for health care, which translates into job losses as hospitals, retirement homes and other health facilities get fewer dollars.
The Washington Post:
1 Million Jobs On The Line As Senate Votes On Health Care
America could lose more than a million jobs if the Senate votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday. That’s according to a report from George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health and the Commonwealth Fund. (Long, 7/25)
The Wall Street Journal:
Fears Obamacare Would Be A Job Killer Were Wrong, Study Finds
Projections that the Obama administration’s signature health-care legislation would drive workers out of the labor force have proved wrong, according to a new paper by researchers at Stanford University. (Derby, 7/25)