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  • How childish
    There have been countless briefs. There are web sites. There has been 4 years to read the regulations in the 2/3rds of every year he is not working. The only impact the law has is it requires insurers to cover the children of civil servants until they are 26, and it doesn't allow them to be dropped for a pre-existing condition. Other than that, it has no impact on federal civil servants, because the federal government already provides a healthcare program that meets the requirements of the ACA. Unless Congress has been allowed to not provide healthcare for their staff, I don't see how this has any other impact on them at all.
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