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Lack of Health Care Reform Guidance Hampers State Lawmakers: Letter

October 9, 2012
For employers, final regulatory guidance has yet to come in a number of areas, including whether employers will be assessed a penalty of $2,000 per full-time employee if they do not offer coverage to all full-time employees, and how much they will have to pay to fund a three-year health care reform law program that will partially reimburse health insurers writing policies for individuals with high health care costs.
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Oklahoma Attorney General Refiles Suit to Block Health Reform Provisions

September 21, 2012
The amended lawsuit argues that the IRS' regulation directly contradicts the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's original language regarding the exchanges and—more specifically—the premium subsidies, which carry significant financial penalties for certain employers that do not provide adequate and affordable employee health benefits as defined by the law.
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Certain Health Care Reform Provisions Should Be Kept: Romney

September 11, 2012
Mitt Romney says that while he would seek to repeal the health care reform law if he were elected, he could keep the provision that bans health care plans from denying coverage of pre-existing medical conditions and perhaps even expand a provision that requires health care plans to provide coverage of employees' adult children up to age 26.
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