(Continued from page 1) “We offer health care to 30-hour a week employees already. We’re concerned about the costs that will be phased in over time. A 24-year-old would rather pay the $29 penalty than for health insurance, but that changes as they age and those costs will be phased in over time. We have a lot of our hourly people who work over 30 hours. We will not be proactively cutting hours — certainly not in the near term. In terms of health benefits, we ...

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