This state policy decision may be damaging the ACA exchanges

While some argue that allowing the sale of limited-coverage and transitional health insurance policies will benefit consumers, new research suggests that doing so has actually contributed to instability in some states’ individual markets. Because such plans are cheaper and less comprehensive, they tend to attract healthier, younger consumers—thus throwing off the balance of the ACA-compliant risk pool.

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