Obamacare would impose expensive mandates, taxes and regulations on small and mid-sized businesses — and many of these mandates would discourage the hiring of new employees.

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Likely voters support the repeal of Obamacare by a margin of 19 points (56 to 37 percent) — and, by a margin of 51 points (63 to 12 percent), they think Obamacare would increase deficits.

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Under Obamacare, congressional members and staffers may prematurely lose their health-care plans — but, in an 8,100-page analysis, the Congressional Research Service says it can’t tell for sure.

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Looming shortages of up to 150,000 doctors, combined with millions of newly insured, likely means long lines under Obamacare.

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Obamacare would limit flexible spending accounts — which allow Americans greater control over their own health-care dollars and greater opportunity to shop for value — even though such plans have helped families to lower their health costs.

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Federal high-risk pools would short-change those who have been in state-run high-risk pools — and might run out of money by 2011.

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The Obama administration defends the health-care overhaul in the wake of projections by the Medicare Chief Actuary, which show that it would raise health costs by $311 billion and would shift 14 million people off of employer-provided insurance – and some of them onto Medicaid.

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