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Topic - Jim Winkler
Some businesses also may start excluding spouses from their coverage, but most companies have avoided doing that, said Jim Winkler of the benefits consulting firm Aon Hewitt.
"For decades, the General Board of Church and Society has worked alongside thousands of United Methodists to achieve health care for all in the United States," Jim Winkler, chief executive of the United Methodist Board of Church and Society, told the church's new agency when Obamacare became law. "This vote brings us closer to that reality."