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NAHU 2012: More Waiting

Kayley, a young NAHU convention attendee (LHP Photo/Allison Bell)
Kayley, a young NAHU convention attendee (LHP Photo/Allison Bell)

Las Vegas -- The U.S. Supreme Court kept members of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) in a state of fog Monday by deciding to wait until Thursday, or later, to post a ruling on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA).

NAHU, Washington, already had scheduled four tracks of professional development seminars for Monday, and attendees coped with the continuing uncertainty by networking, politicking for regional and national NAHU offices, and meeting state continuing education requirements.

"Policy is not going to sell business," Goldstein said.

Retail producers at the meeting said they were focusing on finding ways to strengthen and diversify their own skills and their own businesses.

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