Implications of Proposed Changes to the ACA in Response to King v. Burwell

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Policymakers are considering changes to the ACA in case the Supreme Court rules in King v. Burwell that federal premium subsidies are not available for individual market plans in states participating in the federally-facilitated marketplace (FFM). Various proposals would provide transitional coverage to those losing subsidies as well as make other changes to the ACA. Many of these changes also are being included in proposals to replace the ACA more broadly. This issue brief examines the general approaches that are included in one or more of the proposals.

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Date: Jun 2015
Author: American Academy of Actuaries