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How is the benefits industry reacting to the Trump victory?
By Kathryn Mayer
From Employee Benefit News on Wednesday, November 9, 2016
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Steve Wojcik, vice president, public policy at the National Business Group on Health
“We expect there will likely be a strong push to scrap most of the ACA and replace it with expanded insurance options and tax credits for people who buy individual coverage and are not eligible for employer or other group coverage. There is also a strong possibility that health savings accounts will be enhanced and made more flexible. It is unlikely that Congress will have paid sick leave and other labor policy issues on its agenda.”