The impact is not limited to the company shown on the video. From the Washington Post on January 31, 2014:
Labor union officials say Obama betrayed them in health-care rolloutRead the rest HERE.
Labor leaders who have spent months lobbying unsuccessfully for special protections under the Affordable Care Act warned this week that the White House’s continued refusal to help is dampening union support for Democratic candidates in this year’s midterm elections.
Leaders of two major unions, including the first to endorse Obama in 2008, said they have been betrayed by an administration that wooed their support for the 2009 legislation with promises to later address the peculiar needs of union-negotiated insurance plans that cover millions of workers.
Their complaints reflect a broad sense of disappointment among many labor leaders, who say the Affordable Care Act has subjected union health plans to new taxes and mandates while not allowing them to share in the subsidies that have gone to private insurance companies competing on the newly created exchanges.
After dozens of frustrating meetings with White House officials over the past year, including one with Obama, a number of angry labor officials say their members are far less likely to campaign and turn out for Democratic candidates in the midterm elections....
Taylor said Unite Here officials have met with White House officials 48 times. At the time the health-care bill was being considered, he said, “we were told that ‘if there were problems, don’t worry, we’ll get them fixed.’ ”
“We thought that if we made the case to the agencies dealing with regulations to correct problems that hurt, really destroy, self-funded nonprofit health plans, it would be resolved,” Taylor said. “That clearly was naive or stupid.”...
Recently, I received notice of my increased premium for a policy that is grandfathered: my premium is going from $289 per month to $343 — a 19% increase. Thankfully, I get to keep my $2500 deductible; I also now have pharmacy coverage, apparently an ObamaCare requirement. Because I take so few prescription drugs, however, the increase in premiums is still a net expenditure for me. I realize that most already insured and now affected by ObamaCare are not as fortunate as I.
I do note, however, that my statements of benefits are structured differently as of January 1, 2014, so that I actually pay more out of pocket for doctors' visits. I don't know whether or not this different structuring is a consequence of ObamaCare.
Question: How has ObamaCare affected you?