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Letter from American Academy of Actuaries to HHS About 2016 Premium Rate Filing Implications of King v. Burwell (PDF)
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[Opinion]
Feb. 27, 2015

"If no action is taken to allow enrollees access to premium subsidies in the affected states, there are options to help mitigate the potential for inadequate 2016 premiums. One option is for HHS and states to allow issuers to submit two sets of contingent premium rates -- one set reflecting pricing assumptions that would be appropriate if premium tax credits continue to be available and the other reflecting pricing assumptions that would be appropriate if premium tax credits are no longer allowed.... Another option is to allow issuers in affected states more flexibility to revise and resubmit their rates[.]"

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