Marco Rubio’s “Risk Corridor” Restrictions Could Have an Impact on the ACA’s Future

An article posted on www.nytimes.com by  Robert Pear covers the details of presidential candidate Marco Rubio’s quest for restrictions on aid to insurance companies dealing with the marketplace risk they assumed under the Affordable Care Act.  The article explains the background on the provision that Sen. Rubio inserted in last year’s spending bill, and offers insights into the potential impact on the future of the ACA. Read the article here…

 

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