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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - I. Glenn Cohen
"I think these will be handled as is most government contracting: threats of litigation or excluding the contractors, followed by real negotiations and agreements," said I. Glenn Cohen, a health care policy analyst at Harvard Law School. "The tougher issue, I think, is how much new contractors will be stuck with old models or platforms."
"That said, it was not the president's decision to delay parts of implementation, so much as the design of the legislation itself, that leaves open this possibility," he said.