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Monday, June 11, 2012

UnitedHealth Group said it will keep parts of President Obama's health care overhaul even if a Supreme Court ruling overturns them.

The nation's largest health insurer said Monday that it will still cover preventive care like immunizations without charging a co-payment, which is the fee usually paid at the doctor's office, and it will continue other popular, initial provisions of the law.

The overhaul, which aims to provide coverage for millions of uninsured people, started unfolding in 2010 after health insurers fought bitterly to block its passage. Challenges to the law from states and other groups opposed to it wound their way through the court system to the Supreme Court, which heard arguments on the law's constitutionality in March.

The court is expected to issue a ruling later this month that could strike down the entire law or parts of it or uphold it.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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