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NU Online News Service, Nov. 5, 3:17 p.m. EDT

The fallout from Republican Election Day victories could result in a lot of “noise” about health care reform, but few substantive changes to the existing legislation, industry officials and analysts said.

Beth Mantz-Steindecker of Washington Analysis said one of the first things she expects House Republicans to do in the new Congress is to propose and pass measures to repeal health care reform.

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