Covid-19 Relief Bill Would Expand Affordable Care Act Subsidies

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The $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill under consideration by the House after passage by the Senate would increase subsidies to people who buy Affordable Care Act health plans, marking the biggest changes to the health law since its passage in 2010.

The subsidy changes would be temporary and expire after two years, but would mean much lower payments for almost 14 million people now insured on the individual market. The package also includes funding aimed at enticing states that didn’t expand their Medicaid programs earlier to do so now, and…


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