A federal judge declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. In plain English, here’s what this means for your business.

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Image Credit (AllThingsERISA.com)

“I thought you said ‘plain English,’ Handbook!”

I did, didn’t I?

Well, there’s good news, and there’s even better news.

The good news is that the image that goes with this blog post is the only legalese that you’ll get from me today.

The better news is that you’re going to get a straightforward explanation from my FisherBroyles, LLP partner, Jewell Lim Esposito.

I gush over Jewell not just because she has treated me to some of the best donuts in Texas but because she is one of my go-to’s for all things ERISA.

And speaking of all things ERISA, Jewell and Sarah Ivy, another one of my great employee benefits partners at FisherBroyles, have a blog called “All Things ERISA.”

Their latest post is the aforementioned plain English explanation of last week’s blockbuster decision in which a Texas federal declared the Affordable Care Act a/k/a ACA a/k/a Obamacare unconstitutional.

And since I know just enough about the ACA to call them when I have a question, you may want to read this post too.

(And while you’re at it, make sure to subscribe to their blog.)

 

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