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Walmart to hold meetings with city

May 3, 2013

A city attorney’s warning isn’t expected to keep Minot City Council and Planning Commission members from attending informational meetings hosted by Walmart next Tuesday....

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billldoesntgetit

May-04-13 6:27 PM

progressiveliberal You should stop watching MSNBC and find another News source because you are very ILL INFORMED!

CMG President discusses the impact of Obamacare on small business. Companies with 50 or more FTEs will pay a penalty if they don't offer health insurance.

For those companies who employ over 50 employees, the new law requires them to offer health insurance to all full-time workers or pay a $2,000 fine per full-time employee.

Whats that you say progressive Liberal???? Can't hear you??? Muttering something about there is no law that does or ever did force employers large or small to offer health care

Time for you to read up on the law and quit believing MSNBC>>

Your way out of touch PL!

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ProgressiveLiberal

May-04-13 10:36 AM

billldoesntgetit, there is no law that does or ever did force employers large or small to offer health care. That's why it's call a volentary employer based health care system. Obamacare has nothing to do with it.

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billldoesntgetit

May-04-13 7:47 AM

Wake up and smell the roses libs.. Obamacare is creating a work environment just like Walmart uses. Walmart keeps many of its employees at 32 hours a week or less to save on medical benefits ect. Obamacare has created the same situation for Americas business community. Now many many businesses will be run like Walmart with fewer hours. You can thank Obama directly for that.

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polidork

May-03-13 6:17 PM

We'd be best off having them close the one store that's here and then banning Walmart from Minot. The chain is a blight on society. Encourage local business; only shop at businesses that pay a living wage.

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concerned

May-03-13 2:27 PM

While I don't shop at Wal-Mart for personal reason, I applaud them actually holding a public meeting for residents instead of getting something shoved down your throat like in SW Minot and the developers aren't community citizens!

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takkak

May-03-13 11:12 AM

A second Walmart in this tiny town, why not a sams club instead

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WorriedAmerican

May-03-13 10:42 AM

PL are you stating that some of our city officials are corrupt? I'm shocked! :-0

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ComnSens

May-03-13 10:30 AM

ProgressiveLiberal: you are truly a fool and a clown. Don't forget to put on your tin hat when you go outside today, you socialist, progressive, communist clown:)

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ChasinND

May-03-13 10:15 AM

Some City council members will or have figured a way to do. Leave it to Amy Moen and Blake, they did it before.

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ProgressiveLiberal

May-03-13 8:47 AM

Isn't it going to be kind of hard for Walmart to hand suitcases of cash to the council members if the public is invited?

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