Home Depot is eliminating the limited medical insurance it offers its many part-time employees, forcing those workers to seek coverage from new public insurance marketplaces that open Oct. 1 or face a penalty.
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Has your employer told you of any big changes coming to your health benefits? Much higher deductibles or significant changes in spouse or retiree coverage, for example? Did your employer attribute the changes to the Affordable Care Act (known as Obamacare)? Did they say how much changes would cost the company? Let us know by emailing reporter David Markiewicz at email@example.com.