WV Business Sector Skeptical on Next Steps for Health Care
By Ann Ali, Political Reporter
Charleston - Bridget Lambert readily admits she's not an expert on the Affordable Health Care Act.
But when it comes to the pieces that affect the members of the West Virginia Retailers Association, the organization she's president of, she keeps those details top-of-mind.
"Retail employers need to be formulating their business structure to comply with these extensive regulations and need clarity for their employer-sponsored plans," Lambert said. "At this moment our members do not know whether their employer-provided plans are deemed affordable and will pass the minimal value requirements in the statute."