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17 States and Washington, D.C., Implementing 'SHOP' Health Insurance Marketplaces for Small Businesses; Most Offer Competitive Choice of Plans and Insurers
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Mar. 14, 2014
"Nearly all states have opted to offer small employers a key feature generally not available outside the SHOP marketplaces: the ability to offer employees a choice of plans from multiple insurers, while making predictable contributions towards coverage. Seven states ... have chosen to go beyond the law's requirements by allowing employers to give employees the choice of any plan in the SHOP marketplace.... For 2014, the 14 states that, along with the District of Columbia, are allowing employers to offer a choice of plans also make it possible for employers to make a fixed premium contribution toward their employees' insurance, regardless of which plans workers choose."

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