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    As firms grapple with the significant cost increases associated with the Affordable Care Act, the possibility emerges that employers would harass or retaliate against employees in order to avoid the law's financial penalties, according to law professors Peter Molk (pictured) and Suja A. Thomas.

    As firms grapple with the significant cost increases associated with the Affordable Care Act, the possibility emerges that employers would harass or retaliate against employees in order to avoid the law's financial penalties, according to law professors Peter Molk (pictured) and Suja A. Thomas.

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      As firms grapple with the significant cost increases associated with the Affordable Care Act, the possibility emerges that employers would harass or retaliate against employees in order to avoid the law's financial penalties, according to law professors Peter Molk (pictured) and Suja A. Thomas.

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  • To contact Peter Molk, call 217-300-0395; email pmolk@illinois.edu.
    To contact Suja A. Thomas, call 217-244-7614; email sathomas@illinois.edu. The paper, “Employer Costs and Conflicts Under the Affordable Care Act,” is available online.