A new ObamaCare rule sends a strong signal to modest-income families that they can no longer afford to work for firms that offer affordable health coverage.
The rule also sends a message to employers that it might be heartless to offer modest-wage workers affordable coverage.
Millions of such families could find themselves in what Cornell University economist Richard Burkhauser calls ObamaCare's "no man's land," where they can neither afford employer-sponsored family coverage nor access new government subsidies.
It's unavoidable because the law's definition of "affordable" — interpreted by the Treasury Department — only makes sense for single individuals.
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