Michigan small business owners: Strike down Obamacare

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Michigan small business owners hope the Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable Care Act Thursday, WILX reports:

After 33 years in business, Jersey Giant Subs owner Britton Slocum says he never imagined his future would rest with the Supreme Court.

“It’s going to cost me over a third of a million dollars a year to implement this program and I don’t know where I come up with $360,000 a year, I don’t have that many customers a year,” Slocum said.

Slocum wants to open two new stores this year, but that would put Jersey Giant’s over the 50 employee mark. Under the Affordable Care Act, any new business with a crew of 50 or more must offer health insurance by 2014.

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