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Hobby Lobby Response, ACA in the Territories, and 2015 Enrollment for Those Whose Coverage Was Terminated in 2014 for Nonpayment
Timothy Jost, in Health Affairs Link to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
July 20, 2014

"[C]losely held corporations that intend not to cover or to discontinue covering of all or some contraceptive services under the Hobby Lobby decision because of their religious beliefs must give notice to their plan participants and beneficiaries of their decision.... Although the market reforms do not apply to group health insurers in the territories, they do apply to group health plans, insured or self-insured, which must comply with them.... The [July 16, 2014 HHS] Enrollment Bulletin discusses how insurers in the federally facilitated exchange should handle various complex situations that will arise when individuals terminated in 2014 for nonpayment reenroll in 2015."

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