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The latest person to chime in on the health care ordinance is Tim Redmond, executive editor of the SF Bay Guardian, who doesn't think the mandate is the end of the world: "I realize it's also a pain for a lot of smaller businesses, in part because the rules — specifically designed to keep unscrupulous employers from cheating — are complicated and hard to follow ... And restaurants, which are whining the loudest, have managed to stick their customers with the added cost, which frankly isn't such a terrible thing: people who eat out a lot can afford an extra buck so the kitchen help can see a doctor when they're sick." [SFBG]