(WUSA9) -- Obamacare has been touted as a way to give small businesses new, cheaper sources of health insurance for their workers, but some of the loudest opponents are small business owners themselves.
Many are worried about the new rules and red tape to keep track of, and of course, all of the new costs.
Businesses will use a different type of health exchange to offer coverage for workers. It's called The Small Business Health Options Program or SHOP. These exchanges are set up in every state and are available to employers with 50 or fewer full-time employees.