Since being signed into law more than three years ago, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—better known as Obamacare—has come under both scrutiny and praise by those in federal government, and last Wednesday, business owners in Washington County were able to find out what it means for them.
Ashli Watts, manager of public affairs with the Kentucky Chamber, visited for last week's quarterly Washington County Chamber of Commerce meeting, and she said small businesses across the nation are wondering the same thing.
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