University of Kansas Cuts Student Work Hours over ObamaCare

Here’s the latest from the University of Kansas: Because of “potential fiscal liabilities with ACA,” aka ObamaCare, the “Student Employee Eligibility Requirements and Appointment Limits will reduce the hours that undergraduate students will be able to work during the semester to 20 hours per week except during breaks and summer. Previously, undergraduates could clock up to 30 hours during the academic year,” reports the University Daily Kansan. Hat tip to Campus Reform. This is just the latest illustration of ObamaCare’s impacts on employers—who became involved in health insurance in the first place almost entirely because of government.