The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold subsidies on the federal exchange resolves a looming uncertainty in the benefits industry; and, many trade groups say, allows them to return their focus to revising key pieces of the health care reform law that remain a challenge to their business and that of their clients.

Key among those aspects of the law that broker and employer lobbying groups say they are seeking to amend or repeal include the Cadillac tax, Affordable Care Act reporting requirements, the medical loss ratio, and new wellness program regulations.

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