Next Year’s Congress Likely To Reinforce ACA Preexisting Conditions, Attorneys Say
Supreme Court action on ACA constitutional case not expected until June, so Democrats plan to shore up the act’s provisions through lawmaking in interim
Industry attorneys predict that in the absence of the Supreme Court’s immediate response to arguments made in a key Affordable Care Act constitutionality case, that Congress will reaffirm the law.
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