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Starbucks CEO Worries About ObamaCare Burdens on Small Businesses


"I think the burden on small businesses in America... is too burdensome."

Starbucks is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, marking a milestone in the development of one of the most successful business ventures in America today. If anyone knows business, it's Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

On Tuesday, Schultz weighed in on the ongoing debate over Democrats' landmark health care overhaul law on MSNBC's Morning Joe. Though he says he initially supported the bill, the Starbucks exec cautioned that the new regulations will put limiting burdens on America's small businesses and changes need to be made to avoid harming the nation's economy:

Here's the full interview:

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