Healthcare law loophole opened by President Obama

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The hardship exemption is designed to put a delay in place for tax penalties for lack of coverage. At the very last minute, the Obama administration has announced that it would be opening up a loophole to the healthcare law that will provide some Americans with an exemption to tax penalties for lack of health insurance coverage if they had previously had a plan which was then cancelled because it did not meet the minimum benefit requirements of the Affordable Care Act. The opposition has taken the opportunity to state…

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Healthcare reforms are about to get a whole lot funnier

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The celebrities from the Funny or Die studios in Hollywood are helping to promote the health insurance exchanges and laws. Hollywood is now doing its part to help the country to get itself ready for the implementation of the latest pieces of the healthcare reforms, as the state health insurance exchanges get ready to go live on October 1. Mike Farah and the Funny or Die studios team are coming up with as many as 20 different projects for this purpose. In order to make sure that the healthcare reforms…

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Health insurance law secured by Obama victory, but states still in control

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The survival of the healthcare reforms may have been ensured, but each state will have a say. The re-election of President Barack Obama has been a major step to keep the federal health insurance reforms in place, but it will still be up to the states to decide how those laws will be carried out. The officials from predominantly Republican states will still have an important say. The reforms to the healthcare systems give state lawmakers the control over whether or not millions of people without coverage will be able…

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What else could be thrown out by the Supreme Court after the health care reform?

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The Supreme Court is deciding whether or not the PPACA is constitutional, but there could be a great deal more to follow. The entire country awaits the Supreme Court’s decision about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and whether or not its health care reform should be considered to be constitutional, but many are concerned that this is not the only thing at risk of being thrown out. The ruling is expected to be made before the completion of June, at which time the states will all begin to…

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Partnership Launches First-of-its-Kind Website to Help California Businesses

California’s leading business organizations announced that they have joined together to launch a first-its-kind business-oriented website aimed at providing accurate and easy to understand information about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The Health Law Guide for Business, tailored specifically for the business community, will help business owners navigate through all 2,409 pages of the health care law with one simple website “The Health Law Guide for Business is a practical and fact driven website that houses the most current information regarding the new health care law. It…

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