(via: BusinessWeek.com) Enrollment in Obamacare health plans for small businesses is off to a slow start, leaving in doubt whether the U.S. program can attract enough customers to satisfy insurers.


The program is supposed to help insure the 31 million people who work at companies with fewer than 50 employees. In Kentucky, just 14 companies signed up for Obamacare’s small business plans as of Jan. 1, while Colorado enrolled 101, and Connecticut 106.

Continue reading article: Obamacare Small-Business Plan Starts Slow as Employers Stand Pat (BusinessWeek.com)

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