Hidden provisions in the health law will create new costs for employers.

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It’s unclear which insurance policies will be “grandfathered” against new regulations.

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White Castle finds that the new law might cut its net income in half.

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“[Explaining the health care law is] just like trying to explain the Encyclopedia Britannica.”

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An MIT economist says that past increases in government-provided insurance have raised health costs far more than expected.

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The Milliman consulting and actuarial firm discusses how an ineffective individual mandate — one that leads many people to defy the requirement that they buy insurance — combined with a mandate that insurers cover all comers without charging any additional premiums for those with preexisting conditions, would likely raise health insurance premiums dramatically.

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As this chart visually demonstrates, the Congressional Budget Office projects that the total costs of the Senate health-care bill, which eventually became law (in tandem with the Reconciliation Act), are about $2.5 trillion — more than double the tally that the Democrats cite.

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