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Obamacare, minimum wage don’t scare California small biz owners
Sacramento Business Journal

Most California small business owners don’t think Obamacare and a rise in the minimum wage will have a negative effect on their operations, indicating that fears associated with those changes aren’t resulting in real harm for many. Sixty-three percent of small business owners said the Affordable Care Act has had a neutral or positive effect on their operations, according to a survey by California Bank & Trust. The survey found 72 percent of small businesses said a rise in the minimum wage wouldn’t hurt their businesses.