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Menu Labeling: Another Job-Killing Regulation in ObamaCare

coldfuse Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 6:54 PM
My wife an I recently attended an event where the CEO of a furniture company was the featured speaker. He claimed that furniture manufacturers must comply with some 81,000 pages of regulations at a cost of $10,175 per employee. Per employee - more that an employee costs in another country - just to comply with regulations. The amazing thing is that any manufacturer operates in the United States at all.
Jerry555 Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 7:03 PM
I know, last count I had, the tax code was over 70,000 pages; I did not know there were that many regulations for business.

Is there any wonder how the Liberals, who wrote most, if not ALL of these regulations can blame the economic mess on the Republicans.

There should only be about 3 pages of regulations.

There should be NO cost, to employ someone.

I heard on the News the past few days, the Burden on someone, said his cost per employee, would go up over $15K, so if they create another $4K for the ACA, Obama Care, then this is right in line with your figure.

$15K per employee, No wonder stuff costs so much in this country. How could anyone start a business.
I had a statement, it would cost $500K to open a McDonalds, who has that kin
Jerry555 Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 7:04 PM

...has that kind of money.

The USA is in the Business of putting the USA out of Business, that is all there is to it.

Problems in society are rarely solved by Washington bureaucrats yet they seem to have taken the adage, ‘if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again’ to heart. Accordingly, the government is addressing the nation’s growing obesity epidemic with a regulation: Section 4205, the menu labeling provision attached to ObamaCare meant to “aid consumers in selecting more healthful diets.” As currently written, however, the regulation will likely have job-killing effects and result in little, if any, significant reductions in obesity rates and/or improved health.

The provision requires chain restaurants with 20 or more locations, including franchises and perhaps some grocery...