Health rule on benefits sent to WH

Goad, Ben; Wilson, Megan
February 2013
Hill;2/12/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p12
The article reports on the two rules being reviewed by the White House (WH), which have been created to implement the healthcare law of U.S. President Barack Obama, such as one on essential health benefits and one that keeps health insurance companies from financial losses.


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