Three SEIU Locals–Including Chicago Chapter–Waived from Obamacare Requirement

From CNSNews.com:

Three local chapters of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), whose political action committee spent $27 million supporting Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election, have received temporary waivers from a provision in the Obamacare law.

The three SEIU chapters include the Local 25 in Obama’s hometown of Chicago.

The waivers allow health insurance plans to limit how much they will spend on a policy holder’s medical coverage for a given year. Under the new health care law, however, such annual limits are phased out by the year 2014. (Under HHS regulations, annual limits can be no less than $750,000 for 2011, no less than $1.25 million in 2012 and no less than $2 million in 2013.)

The SEIU, with more than 2 million members nationally, includes health care workers, janitors, security guards, and state and local government workers.

The three SEIU locals, covering a total of 36,064 enrollees, are covered by the federal waivers, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.

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One Response to “Three SEIU Locals–Including Chicago Chapter–Waived from Obamacare Requirement”

  1. DON'T FORGET Says:

    Funny how the Unions supported Obamacare but now want to be exempt. It makes a person say Hmmmmm. Maybe passing Obamacare had NOTHING at all to do with providing good health care. Sounds to me like there were alternative reason for passing this horrible bill……like control and getting more of our money in the government coffers and eventually into the coffers of the union bosses. Sounds like one of the biggest Ponzi schemes of all time.

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