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Health Reform in 2013: The Sprint to the Starting Line

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The Affordable Care Act has nearly died at least three times since the final bill took shape in 2010; with the re-election of Barack Obama, it is all systems go. But remember, the race to implement the program by 2014 is only the beginning, not the end, of health care reform.

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