Unions Feel Costs Relating To Obamacare

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New costs relating to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has unions and employers battling over who is going to pay for them.  Whether it's who pays the bill for dependents who are allowed to stay on their parents health insurance plan until they turn 26 or the tax on premium plans which starts in 2018.  Unions of transit systems, nurses, flight attendants, and even house keepers are all threatening to strike if sides can't reach an agreement over increased cost related to the ACA.  In current talks it is estimated that the ACA is responsible for a 5% to 12.5% increase in employer related cost. Read it here at the Wall Street Journal