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Insurance agents and employers are breathing a sigh of relief that Congress has repealed a health care reform law provision that would have required employers to offer low-income employees so-called “free-choice” vouchers starting in 2014.

According to officials at the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, this provision could have “potentially hurt” an employer’s insurance risk profile if too many young, healthy workers qualified for vouchers to buy insurance through newly created exchanges.

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