NOV 7, 2012

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Obama Re-Election: Steady as She Goes on Federal Level, But States Hit Back with Ballot Measures

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Hospitals, physician practices and health insurers breathed a sigh of relief on Election Night as President Barack Obama’s re-election signaled that his administration’s signature legislation—the health reform law—will remain the law of the land and provide some financial clarity for health care stakeholders.

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