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Republicans have passed a tax bill that nixes one of ACA’s key tenets: the individual mandate. But they haven't repealed the whole law.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
As the ACA enrollment season enters the home stretch, some worry that a surge of sign-ups will slow down the federal exchange and clog call centers.
While Healthcare.gov signups picked up in the fifth week of open enrollment, it’s likely that the final enrollment total will fall short of last year.
Republicans have succeeded in passing a bill through the Senate that rolls back one of the ACA's most important tenets: the individual mandate.
Three weeks into the Affordable Care Act’s annual signup season, enrollment is still going strong.
If Republicans repeal the individual mandate, insurers could face financial losses, according to the American Academy of Actuaries.
A report from a major U.S. credit ratings agency says repealing the individual mandate will save far less than the CBO predicted.
The number of people enrolling in ACA plans spiked on the first day of open enrollment this year, a Trump administration official said.
The open enrollment period for 2018 Affordable Care Act exchange plans is likely to see fewer signups than last year, according to a new report.