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Rule Change on Health Insurance Rattles Industry
Posted at 6:38 a.m. on Dec. 23, 2013
“Monday is the final day for consumers to get new health coverage that takes effect when the new year arrives, leaving thousands of people racing to sign up in time—and health insurers trying to figure out whether the federal health law will work in the way they had hoped,” the Wall Street Journal reports.
“The number of Americans enrolling continues to fall short of the goals the Obama administration has laid out, which is a problem for the White House. It also represents a problem for the insurance industry, which calculated that the prospect of millions of new customers brought their way by the Affordable Care Act and its coverage requirements would make up for any disruption that came along with the law.”
Political Wire: Support for Obamacare hits new low.