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11.15.09

ERISA Preemption Redux

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In a recent post, Mark Hall raises an interesting issue regarding ERISA preemption and the proposal in HR 3962, the recently enacted House of Representatives’ health reform bill. Mark suggests that: “1) for insurance sold outside of the exchange, ERISA law and its preemption remains the same; 2) for insurance sold inside the exchange, ERISA […]

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