What the health care law does -- and when

March 2010
Moderate Voice;3/23/2010, p20
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The article offers information about the health care reform signed by President Barack Obama in 2010 along with the benefits, taxes, and timeline of the law's implementation. It states that insurance companies will be barred from neglecting the citizens from coverage when they get sick, considering that lifetime coverage limits will be eliminated along with the annual limits. It also cites that Medicare beneficiaries will be able to get annual wellness visit and prevention plan service for free.


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