Benjamin Schwartz, owner of Benjamins Shoes in Sacramento, creates handmade shoes in his shop located in the Warehouse Artist Lofts. Schwartz said the Affordable Care Act was a consideration when he left his state job to start his high-end shoemaking business in 2014.
Benjamin Schwartz, owner of Benjamins Shoes in Sacramento, creates handmade shoes in his shop located in the Warehouse Artist Lofts. Schwartz said the Affordable Care Act was a consideration when he left his state job to start his high-end shoemaking business in 2014. Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file
Benjamin Schwartz, owner of Benjamins Shoes in Sacramento, creates handmade shoes in his shop located in the Warehouse Artist Lofts. Schwartz said the Affordable Care Act was a consideration when he left his state job to start his high-end shoemaking business in 2014. Autumn Payne Sacramento Bee file

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