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Five reasons why Papa John's should raise the dough for employee health care

Papa John's CEO John Schnatter has been outspoken about cutting employee hours to less than thirty hours per week so that he doesn't have to pay their health insurance costs -- as mandated Affordable Health Care Act -- or Obamacare; he has cited concerns over the estimated $5 to 8 million dollar annual cost to the company.

Is Schnatter an oppressed business owner being crushed under the boot of government regulation or is he just a douchepickle who doesn't give a fuck about his employees and now has a convenient excuse to blame someone else for it? Here's our list of five reasons why Papa John's should raise the dough for employee health care -- no delivery charge.

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Jenn Wohletz
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