Pamela Mahoney poses for a portrait at home in Los Gatos, Calif. Mahoney decided to leave a job in corporate communications and join her husband full-time in the communications company, BlueChair Group Inc., they co-founded. They recently chose an insurance plan for $1,100 a month on the California marketplace: "Prior to the Affordable Care Act, I felt bound to be an employee rather than a small business owner," said Mahoney.
Pamela Mahoney poses for a portrait at home in Los Gatos, Calif. Mahoney decided to leave a job in corporate communications and join her husband full-time in the communications company, BlueChair Group Inc., they co-founded. They recently chose an insurance plan for $1,100 a month on the California marketplace: "Prior to the Affordable Care Act, I felt bound to be an employee rather than a small business owner," said Mahoney.
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published Friday, March 21st, 2014
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