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The recently upheld health care law reportedly leaving to a hiring frenzy at the IRS.
We're told the agency is adding more than 800 new employees to help deal with all the new rules.
It comes after last week's five to four Supreme Court ruling that found the president's health care law constitutional.
But the justices also ruled the individual mandate which requires nearly all Americans have insurance or pay a price is legal as attacks.
Well enter the IRS which is apparently now anticipating a big increase in enforcement and collections.
Jim Angle -- Washington with more -- -- Hello John well now -- overturning that implementing the law -- and massive undertaking still and it's early stages.
-- -- just has a huge amount of work to do in the states -- to.
There will be new health insurance marketplaces.
In every state in the country.
The IRS HHS and a slew of other agencies will now write thousands of pages of regulations.
-- never well under way.
There's already thirteen thousand pages of regulations and they're not even done yet a delegation of extensive authority from.
That part of health and human services.
And a lot of boards and commissions and bureaus throughout the bureaucracy.
We -- about a 180 years so it's here rested its its unknowable.
Spalding says all the focus on the individual mandate is misleading because it only represented about 2% of the 2700.
Much bigger are the insurance exchanges which -- -- -- 681.
Billion dollars in subsidies over ten years.
Which will require several hundred new employees at IRS and they -- yes.
You have rules you need to write you need lawyers so there are a lot of things you need to do when you're standing up a new enterprise.
Now HHS is you're writing regulations which can't be controversial in themselves one already written requires insurance plans to cover contraception.
That's been legally challenged by Catholic groups in the case that is likely to end up in the Supreme Court.
So many more chapters to go in the saga of mr.
Obama's health care law John and more IRS agents to come to -- -- thanks.
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