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U.S. Releases New Healthcare Reform Rules on Insurance Coverage

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's administration on Tuesday formally proposed new rules requiring insurers to cover people with preexisting conditions and set minimum health benefits to millions of others under U.S. healthcare reform law.

Two weeks after Obama's re-election ensured the survival of the 2010 law that Republicans have vowed to repeal, the proposal is the first in an expected deluge of rulemaking to implement the law in time for its Jan. 1, 2014, start date.

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