It's a New Year - but not a happy one for ObamaCare's defenders. Two recent developments could lead to the collapse of the health law's exchanges.
First, the Trump administration will soon announce that it will allow insurers to sell "short-term" health plans that last up to 364 days. Currently, insurers can only sell these plans, which don't have to adhere to ObamaCare's premium-inflating mandates, if they last for three months or less.
Insurers can consider individuals' health status and history when setting premiums for term plans. ObamaCare forbids them from doing so for conventional plans.
Consequently, term plans often cost far less than...
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