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Implications of Proposed Changes to the ACA in Response to King v. Burwell (PDF)
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May 28, 2015

5 pages. "A temporary extension of premium subsidies would only delay the market disruption. Eliminating the individual mandate could threaten the viability of the health insurance market. Depending on the extent of other ACA changes, allowing for insurance to be sold across state lines could result in adverse selection, but also could increase competition. Allowing for association health plans (AHPs) also could raise adverse selection concerns."

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