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Health Insurers Bet Affordable Care Act Will Withstand Repeal Drive

Cigna — one of the nation’s largest health insurers — is kicking off a $25 million ad campaign today designed to appeal to individual consumers. The new ad campaign signals that the industry is working to expand into a market that will grow with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act — a law that [...]
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