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Few Differences in Market Participation Before and After Affordable Care Act

When the Affordable Care Act and its consumer protections became law, insurers feared that people enrolling in marketplace plans would generally be less healthy than people who chose not to enroll. But an analysis by Sherry Glied and Adlan Jackson of New York University finds few differences in individual-insurance market participation before and after the law took hold.

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