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  • 'Massive Confusion' Abounds for Insurers as GOP Wavers on Obamacare Redo Kaiser Health News by Jay Hancock—Premiums for Obamacare plans sold by New Mexico Health Connections could rise as little as 7 percent next year, says Martin Hickey, the insurance company's CEO. Or they might soar as much as 40 percent, he said. It all depends on what happens in Washington. Such is the vast uncertainty about how the Trump administration and Republican-controlled Congress are approaching their promises to repeal, repair and replace the Affordable Care Act.  

  • Trump Administration Weighs Obamacare Changes Sought by Insurers Politico by Dan Diamond, Jennifer Haberkorn And Paul Demko—The Trump administration is considering major changes to Obamacare that may help convince insurers to remain in the law's marketplaces while Congress drafts a replacement plan—but the proposals may also limit enrollment and increase costs for older Americans, according to documents obtained by POLITICO

  • AARP Threatens to Sue Trump Administration over Obamacare Change The Hill by Peter Sullivan—The AARP says it would consider suing the Trump administration if it went forward with a regulation that would allow insurers to charge older people more under Obamacare. The Department of Health and Human Services is in the process of putting forward a regulation on "stabilization" of the Obamacare marketplaces, and The Huffington Post reported on Monday that one proposal in the regulation is to change the ratio set out under Obamacare on how much more insurers can charge older people compared to younger people.

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