The payouts to consumers and employers this year stem from a requirement of Obama's healthcare reform law mandating insurers meet minimum spending targets on care or issue rebates.WASHINGTON — U.S. consumers and employers will receive about $1.3 billion in rebates from insurance companies this year, according to a new study quantifying a key early benefit of the healthcare law that President Obama signed in 2010.
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