"State-run marketplaces will not have to verify consumers' claims that they do not receive health insurance from their employer. As Sandhya Somashekhar and I reported Friday, the health law relies partially on the federal government knowing who receives employer-sponsored insurance and who does not. Anyone who receives an affordable offer of health insurance from their employer (less than 9.5 percent of their income) does not qualify for a federal tax credit."<quoted text>
Nope. You're wrong once again.
Just because the employer mandate is delayed does not mean that the applicant's eligibility isn't verified with all those other agencies. It is.
The only thing the employer mandate did was allow the exchange to determine that the applicant didn't have insurance through their employer. Period.