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Trump Administration's Proposed ACA Cuts Could Create Parallel Insurance Market

Under proposals from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, states would have more flexibility to create lower-cost insurance plans which could attract healthier individuals from the marketplace.

On his first day in office, as part of his mission to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, President Donald Trump signed an order

Health Insurers Push Back Against Freeze of Federal Payments

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Companies say the administration's decision to suspend the $10 billion risk-adjustment program could lead to higher premiums and upheaval in the country's insurance markets.

Health insurers in Oregon and nationally are pushing back against a Trump administration decision affecting a key piece of the Affordable Care Act.

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