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The U.S. Supreme Court began hearing arguments in the case over federal healthcare reform, Reuters reported. However, the court is not expected to rule on the law until as late as June 30. The subject of healthcare reform — including how to get staffing buyers to share in the cost of possible penalties coming online in 2014 — was a topic at the Staffing Industry Executive Forum earlier this month. For an article from the forum, click here.
The Supreme Court will only cover a few aspects of healthcare reform. For information on what it will consider, click here.
For more information on the possible penalties under healthcare reform, click here.