Like she cares about economic pain and job loss.
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Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi denied there was any chance of the Obamacare employer mandate being scrapped on Sunday, dismissing former White House spokesman Robert Gibb’s suggestion to the contrary and calling the mandate an “integral part” of the law.
Pelosi spoke Sunday with CNN’s Candy Crowley about the healthcare law, which made headlines this week for hitting 7.1 million (sort of) enrollments before the March 31 (suggested) deadline. The host asked the California congresswoman about a less-discussed story: Gibb’s prediction that the law’s employer mandate will be delayed indefinitely due to its potential to inflict economic pain and job losses.