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Wed July 3, 2013
Feds Delay Won't Impact Illinois Health Marketplace
Illinois officials say the one-year delay in a central requirement of President Barack Obama's health care law will have no direct impact on the new online marketplace where individuals and small businesses can shop for coverage.
A spokesman for Gov. Pat Quinn said Wednesday the Illinois Health Insurance Marketplace is on track to begin enrollment on Oct. 1. Mike Claffey says consumers can expect a range of affordable health care options.
The Obama administration unexpectedly announced Tuesday that medium and large companies will get a one-year delay in fines for failing to provide health coverage to workers.
Laura Minzer of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce says the delay is ``very welcome relief'' to employers, but Congress still needs to address some problems with the law that affect businesses.
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