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Trump can alter the Employer Mandate in ObamaCare by Executive Order


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So, just by changing back the definition of what constitutes full time employment, President Trump can essentially eradicate, as in destroy, the employer mandate portion of ObamaCare --and there's not much Congress can do about it.

Trump can alter the Employer Mandate in ObamaCare by Executive Order

By Steve Bartin —— August 1, 2017

Unlike Republican members of Congress, Trump can use his pen to fundamentally transform ObamaCare.

The Affordable Health Care for America Act (ObamaCare) forces businesses to provide health insurance largely via the employer mandate.

The Obama regime had the IRS define a full time employee as follows:

An employee is considered full-time if he or she has sufficient hours of service. In particular, for purposes of the employer shared responsibility provisions, an employee is a full-time employee for a calendar month if he or she averages at least 30 hours of service per week or has 130 hours of service in the month (130 hours of service in a month is treated as the monthly equivalent of at least 30 hours of service per week).

An employee is considered full-time if he or she has sufficient hours of service. In particular, for purposes of the employer shared responsibility provisions, an employee is a full-time employee  :snip: 

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