Labor laws and health care costs?

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Labor laws and health care costs?

Postby annmt » 26 Oct 2011, 00:16

Is it possible/allowed/etc for an employer to fire you because of high ($8k/month) healthcare bills or are there labor laws dealing with these kinds of things?
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