Georgia business weighs paying ObamaCare fine, instead of coverage

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October 15, 2013

Debbie and Larry Underkoffler launched a boutique staffing agency in what they call the worst economy ever, doing anything they could to stand out to potential clients.

“I would bake sourdough bread, and I made homemade strawberry jam, and deliver it to my prospects,” Debbie Underkoffler told Fox News. “I would also deliver homemade cookies.”

Through years of hard work, they built North Georgia Staffing to the point it now has 18 full-time employees, whom the Underkofflers happily provide with generous health benefits.

“We have very good employees, and we want to take very good care of them,” Debbie Underkoffler said.

But under ObamaCare, the Georgia company now faces a tough choice — cover all of its temporary workers as well, or pay a hefty fine.

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