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President Obama Signs Health Reform Changes Into Law

Friday, April 02, 2010

Posted by Kristin Oberlander - Fixes made to the health reform law and passed by Congress were signed into law this week by President Obama. Congress added measures to extend health coverage to additional uninsured Americans, address the Medicaid "doughnut hole," and made other regulatory and revenue changes. The next step for health reform is the implementation phase in which federal agencies such as the Department of Health & Human Services, the Department of Labor and the Internal Revenue Service begin the process of issuing regulations and putting the new law into action.

Read about the particulars of the reconciliation package at Library of Congress (THOMAS).

Find more information on how health care will affect you by visiting the Frequently Asked Questions section on WhiteHouse.gov.

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