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Though there are many differing reactions among U.S. business sectors to the Supreme Court ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and a lot of speculation as to changes businesses will make in response, at least one survey paints a rosier picture.

According to the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans’ Supreme Court PPACA Decision Reaction Survey, organizations remain likely to provide health coverage when the health care exchanges open in 2014, with 77 percent of the employers indicating that they definitely will or are very likely to continue to provide coverage in 2014. Only two percent say they won’t provide coverage in 2014.

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