Feds Float ACA Market Stabilization Rule

Law360, New York (February 15, 2017, 9:52 AM EST) -- Federal regulators on Wednesday floated highly anticipated policies for stabilizing Affordable Care Act marketplaces, including tighter enrollment periods, slimmer benefits and more leeway for states to oversee provider networks.

Xonjenese Jacobs, right, helps Kristen Niemi sign up for insurance under the ACA in a Jan. 24, 2017, file photo. Under the proposed policies, the enrollment period would be cut from Jan. 31 to Dec. 15. (AP) The proposed rule, which addresses a wishlist of insurance industry desires, is intended to shore up marketplaces as Republican lawmakers...
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