States Show Why Repealing ACA’s Subsidies and Individual Mandate Would Cripple Health Insurance Markets

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<p>President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans may have enough votes to do away with the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) premium and cost-sharing subsidies, individual mandate, and Medicaid expansion. But a broader repeal of the ACA’s insurance market reforms, and adoption of a replacement health care plan, may be more challenging.</p><p>In a new <em>To the Point</em> post, Justin Giovannelli and Kevin Lucia of Georgetown University Health Policy Institute's Center on Health Insurance Reforms look back at the troubling experiences of several states prior to the ACA to see what might happen if Congress and the new president push ahead with their plans. </p> Read the Post