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Supreme Court Backs All Parts of Health Care Law

Today the United States Supreme Court issued an historic ruling that likely means major portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) have survived the constitutional challenge by the states and other objectors.

This broad sweeping law was the President's signature domestic achievement, albeit a

controversial one, that has dominated the American agenda from the time of its passage. Today's Court ruling will require a substantial amount of review and consideration so that we may properly understand its total impact for employers and plan sponsors. In the coming days we will issue various updates and notifications regarding the impact of the Court's decision. We will also be holding a Post-Court Decision Webinar for clients to be scheduled immediately. If you have any questions, please contact your Conner Strong & Buckelew account representative.


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