In the following video, Motley Fool heath care bureau chief Brenton Flynn talks about one surprising new move coming out of Wal-Mart in California. While this company has long been troubled with media reports of poor employee relations, particularly with regard to health care, Wal-Mart will now be moving into signing up customers for health insurance at special in-store kiosks, under Obamacare's insurance exchanges. Brenton tells us why this move could make sense and what it means for insurers and managed care companies operating in the state.
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