The New York Times: A third story explains.

The New York Times: A third story explains, primarily] he CLASS Act, a legacy of Senator Edward M. Kennedy , ‘ – and a part of the broader health care reform overhaul – ‘provides the first national government run long-term care insurance program, which is primarily offered by employers ‘(Span.

The New York Times in a separate story: The broad health overhaul legislation expanded mental health parity to a much larger pool, making it possible for millions more people cover the same for Substance abuse and illnesses like bipolar disorder get great depression and schizophrenia, as they for, say, diabetes or cancer (Kershaw.The results of, he says, are several practical implications. For the researchers the results indicate that factors which employees drugs complex than previously assumed.

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