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8 industry experts sound off on election implications

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Here at LifeHealthPro, we queried our top industry contacts in order to cut through the morass of speculation and get down to tangible implications the election will have on the industry. Read on for eight key opinions anticipating the next four years.

Thomas Mangan, chief executive officer of United Benefits Advisors said:

Bonnie Burns, a consultant at California Health Advocates and someone who helps speak for consumers' interests in National Association of Insurance Commissioners proceedings:

Stephen Moses, president of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform, a group that supports efforts to change federal and state policies in ways that encourage middle-income and upper-income Americans to finance their own long-term care needs:

Joel Wood, senior vice president of government affairs for the Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers (CIAB), and the Council’s top lobbyist on Capitol Hill:

Peter Kochenburger, executive director, Insurance Law Center director of graduate programs, associate clinical professor of law, University of Connecticut School of Law:

Ethan Rome, Executive Director, Health Care for America Now:

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John Nadel, a senior life insurance analyst at Sterne, Agee and Leach:

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