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Health care reform could make or break the midterm elections. Perhaps to distract from the black eye of pre-existing conditions, the Trump administration has announced new changes to the ACA aimed at making the government health regulation more palatable to employers.
According to The Hill, the latest policy emanating from the White House is one that would change how employers offer insurance coverage by ending a prohibition on allowing more companies to provide health reimbursement arrangements—another Obama-era provision.
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