The business world has been vocal in its opposition to certain provisions of Obamacare.
Some businesses are doing more than talking. The Wall Street Journal reports that a number of companies are planning to cut employees' hours to below 30 hours a week, which means they wouldn't have to provide health care coverage.
Who is considering this? The newspaper says it includes hotels, certain fast-food and restaurant chains and others that use low-wage employees.
Read the entire story on WSJ.com (a subscription site).