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On Nov. 10, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is constitutional, in whole or in part. The court is expected to rule on the matter before its term ends in June 2021....

The Cadillac tax might be in for a change. The 40 percent tax on the most generous employer-provided health insurance plans was supposed to take effect in 2018 but has been delayed twice and recently, the House voted to repeal this tax entirely. Continue reading...

Fifty-five percent of large employers support a Medicare expansion that's limited to older Americans, according to a new survey from the National Business Group on Health. In this article from Employee Benefit Advisor, Max Nison writes on how this survey is giving new insight on...

Yesterday, President Trump used his pen to set his sights on healthcare having completed the signing of an executive order after Congress failed to repeal ObamaCare. Here’s a quick dig into some of what this order means and who might be impacted from yesterday's signing. A Focus...

Timeframe to repeal and replace has just shortened. Find out how this new timeline for the repeal of ACA will impact Senate and their plan for healthcare in this informative column by Laura Litvan from Think Advisor. The Senate parliamentarian told lawmakers that Republicans’ ability to...

The House of Representatives has just introduced their new bipartiasn plan for healthcare reform. Find out how this new healthcare legislation will impact your employers' healthcare in this great article by Victoria Finkle from Employee Benefit News. A new bipartisan healthcare plan in the House contains...

With the Senate's plan for the repeal and replacement of the ACA failing more Americans are hoping for Congress to move on to more pressing matters. Find out how Americans really feel about the ACA and healthcare reform in this great study conducted by the...