Large Crowds gather at the Supreme Court building to hear the decision of the court on the Healthcare Bill passed by congress in 2010. Large groups both supporting and opposing the healthcare bill gathered. Crowds spilled across the street and lined the sidewalks.
Obamacare is certainly a hot topic on the campaign trail.
The health care act is lengthy and many across the country are scratching their heads on what it all means.
One man in the wiregrass is making it his mission to be sure business leaders understand what's in the bill.
2,700 pages, it's how long the healthcare plan is for Americans, a plan Dan Sinas says is not clear enough for small businesses especially in our area.
So he broke down the bill.
"I really fell that the information that has been released so far, with this administration, has been so geared towards, the individual mandate, and not at all shedding light on how this is going to impact the business community," says Dan Sinas vice President of PR Employer.
Charles Genthner says that light could be brighter if business leaders take care of their employees.
"We need to step up to the plate, though and pay for it, for all of us," says Charles Genthner President of KFH Industries.
A price he is willing to pay for his 170 employees at KFH industries.
"From a business stand point shouldn't we be all together," says Charles Genthner President of KFH Industries.
It's a cost measure both men are concerned about.
"I think healthcare cost are going to rise, taxes are going up this bill has to be funded," says Dan Sinas vice President of PR Employer.
"I realize it would be expensive, for all of us but health care is expensive, but it's the best in the world," says Charles Genthner President of KFH Industries.
One thing they agree on as business leaders is that the health care system needs to be looked at with a magnifying glass.
"I certainly believe that there are changes that need to take place, with our health care delivery system," says Dan Sinas vice President of PR Employer.
"I have always believed that the healthcare system in the United States needs to be look at."
All in all some think they could contribute to making healthcare better for Americans, and our small businesses.
"Maybe I should run for office," says Charles Genthner President of KFH Industries.