Administration affirms key mandates of healthcare law

Los Angeles Times, November 21, 2012
The Obama administration proposed new rules that leave the Affordable Care Act largely unchanged. Some adjustments are made to address industry concerns, such as, how insurance companies will cover nearly all Americans, even if they are already ill, and provide plans with minimum benefits. Officials restated their commitment to move rapidly ahead, despite continued resistance from some Republican governors. The proposed new rules drew cautious praise from several leading industry representatives.

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