Health Law Revision Approved

The Senate passed legislation on Thursday intended to protect small and midsize businesses from increases in health insurance premiums, clearing the bill for President Obama’s expect signature.

The action by Congress was a rare example of bipartisan agreement on how to revise the Affordable Care Act.

The lead on this new story seemed a bit lengthy but all the information was relevant to the point that was trying to be portrayed. The Affordable Care Act provides Americans with better health security by putting in place health insurance reforms. These reforms will expand coverage, hold companies accountable, lower health care costs, and enhance the quality of care for all Americans.

The bill is focused on organizations that are defined as a small employers, including 51-100 employees. I believe this new story is relevant because it affects Americans throughout our whole country. The impact the story portrays is in depth and summarizes the main points. If the Senate gave the rundown of the whole bill procedure in this article, it would not be one many would read.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/02/us/health-law-revision-is-approved.html?ref=us&_r=0 

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  1. As far as impact: Consider how many people in the U.S. work for businesses with less than 100 employees. This is info they might need.

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