Re: OT - Interesting law in Maryland
Art, 1/13/2006, 10:04:06 AM,
> Maryland just passed a law which requires companies with more than
> 10000 employees in the state either buy health insurance for the
> employees or contribute to the medicaid system a certain amount of
> salaries. Only Walmart qualifies so it is being called the Walmart
> law. Pretty easy to get around by creating separate subsidiaries.
> We will see what Walmart does.
Art, do you still have a Toyota?
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