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This summer millions of Americans could find a check in the mail from an unexpected source: their health-insurance company.

Consumers and businesses will receive about $ 1.3 billion by this August from insurance plans that failed to meet a new standard in the 2010 health-care law, according to estimates released Thursday by the independent Kaiser Family Foundation. (That’s assuming the law, or at least the portion of it containing the rule, is upheld by the Supreme Court, which is expected to issue its decision in late June.)

(The Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation analysis) – Rebates vary by state and plan.

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