From NY Daily News on a new plan in San Francisco that requires employers with 20 or more employees to provide insurance for each of their workers:
"Those costs are especially hard for small businesses to absorb. A growing handful of San Francisco restaurants are responding to the city's new health plan by adding a health care surcharge of about $3 to $4 to every bill.
"Food, drinks, tax, tip and ... health care. Restaurant owners taking part in this creative approach say they have little choice; it's the only feasible way they can afford to follow the law and keep their doors open. For the most part, they claim, customers don't mind."
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