By Ray Pinard | February 22, 2013

An interesting article from The Wall Street Journal by Jennifer Corbett Dooren, published on the Friends of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce web site

Health-insurance plans that cover tens of millions of Americans will have to pay for mental-health and substance-abuse treatments starting next year under federal rules the Obama administration finalized Wednesday.

The provision, part of the 2010 Affordable Care Act, requires health plans for individuals and small businesses to cover 10 categories of services, including prescription drugs, maternity care and physical rehabilitation. Many of the specifics of what is covered in those categories will be left to states to decide.

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