Report: Universal Orlando to drop health plans for part-timers

Report: Universal Orlando to drop health insurance for part-timers

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Universal Orlando says it plans to stop offering health insurance to part-time employees starting next year, saying the government's health-care overhaul has forced the move, the Orlando Sentinel is reporting.

The resort offers part-time workers a "mini-med" plan, which caps benefits payouts. Mini-med plans are not permitted under the Affordable Care Act, the website reports.

Read the full story at OrlandoSentinel.com.

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