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Questions linger, but CNY moves ahead after health-care ruling

Health-care providers, insurers, and businesses operating in Central New York say they are dealing with a still-unclear prognosis after the U.S. Supreme Court opted not to pull the plug on the 2010 federal health-care reform law on June 28. “Most of the provisions of the law take place over time,” says Dr. Paul Kronenberg, president […]

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Health-care providers, insurers, and businesses operating in Central New York say they are dealing with a still-unclear prognosis after the U.S. Supreme Court opted not to pull the plug on the 2010 federal health-care reform law on June 28. “Most of the provisions of the law take place over time,” says Dr. Paul Kronenberg, president […]

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