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June 28, 2013

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What Does the DOMA Ruling Mean for Health Reform?
Happy Anniversary, PPACA!
Exchange Enrollment Hits the Field
HHS Releases Final Rule on Exchange Operations
News from the IRS
What We're Reading
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What Does the DOMA Ruling Mean for Health Reform?

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court overturned the Defense of Marriage Act. Back in 1996, President Clinton signed DOMA into law, explicitly defining marriage in the United States as a union between a man and a woman...  Read More

Happy Anniversary, PPACA!

One year ago today, the Supreme Court ruled that the individual-mandate provision of PPACA was constitutional as a tax. Mandatory state-level expansion of the Medicaid program, on the other hand, was ruled unconstitutional...  Read More

Exchange Enrollment Hits the Field

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced this week that the Administration plans to have 7 million Americans enrolled in the exchanges by March 2014. That means the exchanges must enroll just under 1 million people per month in the first six months the exchanges are open...  Read More

HHS Releases Final Rule on Exchange Operations

Wednesday was a busy day here in Washington, DC. Not only did we get the historic DOMA ruling, but the Obama Administration released the final rule on exchange operations...  Read More

News from the IRS

Making last Wednesday even busier, the Internal Revenue Service released two notices on tax-credit eligibility in certain circumstances, transition relief for individuals for non-calendar-year plans... Read More

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