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In Hawaii, Firms Like Longtime Employer Mandate

09/09/2013 01:38 pm ET | Updated Nov 09, 2013
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Obamacare's requirement that large companies offer health insurance may be polarizing for much of the nation -- but it had Hawaiians at Aloha.

Unlike its 49 counterparts, Hawaii has been living with a strict employer mandate for nearly 40 years. And as businesses nationwide celebrate a one-year delay in the similar Obamacare requirement that they cover workers, supporters of Hawaii's law say theirs is proof that the rest of the country could adjust -- and even learn to like it.

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