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Brokers skeptical as high court moves to heart of health care case

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  • March 27 2012, 11:51am EDT

As the Supreme Court wraps up oral arguments on the core of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — the minimum coverage provision that will address the individual mandate — brokers express their concern surrounding health reform and how they are preparing clients for the future with or without it.

“I don’t know what I’m rooting for anymore,” says Tom Daly, managing partner at Benefit Advisory Group in Louisiana. “To me, it seems like such a mess that’s being created right now that I can’t imagine it existing without the ability for people like me to try to help people through it,” he adds, referring to the still-questionable role brokers will play in state exchanges.

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