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Adjunct professors regretting support for Obama and ObamaCare

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Leslie Eastman 

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The South Carolina state House just passed a bill declaring Obamacare t to be “null and void,” and criminalizing its implementation.

Academics across the country are probably hoping this is a trend. Spencer Irvine of Accuracy in Academica takes a look at the evolution of thinking among higher education professionals as the healthcare law begins to be implemented across the country.

Academia, which gave the President and his health care overhaul overwhelming support, is now cutting back on the health care it provides in order to comply with the law, Sydni Dunn reports in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

“Under the new law, which takes effect in January 2014, employees of large companies who work 30 hours or more a week must receive health benefits from their employers,” Dunn writes. “Employers who violate the rule could be fined.”

“Colleges in Ohio, Virginia, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania are among those that have acted in advance.” For example:

David Hoovler, executive as

 

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