By Rachel Slajda (November 6, 2012, 12:00 AM EST) -- President Barack Obama's re-election is sure to galvanize the administration to push ahead on implementing the Affordable Care Act, with experts predicting a slew of regulations released in the coming weeks in a scramble to get the act's biggest features in place for their 2014 debut.
The Obama administration has maintained a pre-election quiet on many outstanding ACA regulations, such as details about the employer mandate and essential health benefits. With the election over and the political prerogative of not ruffling too many feathers gone, expect to see many of these regulations issued, along with more guidance on major state-based aspects...
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