Foodservice scrambles to understand health care after Supreme Court upholds law
Copyright: QSR Magazine
July 17, 2012
The dust has settled on the Supreme Court’s decision in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and operators have had time to digest the upholding of President Obama’s health care reform. Many of them, though, are still trying to figure out what happens next and how the new health care model will affect their businesses.
While the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and a number of state restaurant associations oppose the law and are working toward a full repeal, some say a forward-looking approach is necessary.
“The reality is, a lot of things would have to line up pretty perfectly for the election results to have a major impact on whether this law continues into
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