The final legislation achieves this offset by requiring larger repayments of excess "federal assistance credits" received by individuals who purchase health coverage through one of the ACA’s state-wide "Exchanges."
As a part of the recent compromise allowing for passage of a federal budget for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, congressional Republicans succeeded in repealing a significant provision of last year’s Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Only one in six employers favor a universal health care system funded by tax dollars.
This special presentation will offer unique insight into the law and reveal new developments in the health care reform debate.
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