SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — AT&T Inc. (T 26.24, +0.09, +0.34%) said it plans to take a non-cash charge of about $1 billion in the first quarter following the passage of the health-care reform bill earlier this week, according to a filing submitted by the company Friday. The telecommunication giant will also evaluate changes to its health care benefits for employees and retirees.


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