More Americans than ever are being offered health insurance through their jobs.
Small businesses are much less likely than larger companies to offer health insurance.
If that's the case, we thought, could it be offering insurance to anyone who is over 35?
This year, officials said, the program would offer insurance for $3 billion in mortgages.
If it doesn't, the company may be able to offer suitable insurance to cover you.
But employers would not have to offer health insurance to current or former employees.
Among other things, it offered insurance to anyone over 55 (later reduced by five years).
With the increase announced today, the department would offer insurance for $3.3 billion in mortgages.
Her husband works for a small landscaping company that does not offer insurance.
Do you think that having the federal government require employers to offer health insurance will help to create jobs?