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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Sarah Kliff
The delay in the employer mandate, plus other growing problems, "contributes to critics' allegations that the White House does not have the ability to launch its biggest legislative accomplishment on schedule," says The Washington Post's Sarah Kliff.
By delaying the mandate until January 2015, "the Obama administration heads off the unseemly spectacle of companies vowing to cut jobs or workers' hours to avoid the costly mandate," wrote Sarah Kliff on Wednesday in The Washington Post.