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When Democrats won the House majority in the November midterm elections, brokers sighed in relief: Stability for the oft-contested Affordable Care Act (ACA) was finally assured. Or so we thought.

But in late December, Texas Federal Judge Reed O’Connor struck down the ACA as unconstitutional, once again calling the future of the ACA into question and setting off a series of court rulings and House votes that have left employers’ heads spinning.

Undoubtedly, clients will require your guidance to navigate this rocky legislative arena, so staying informed about changes, potential scenarios, and their implications will continue to be necessary. Here’s what’s been going on with the ACA, and what could change for employers in 2019 and beyond.

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