Trump reneges on Obamacare payments, portending turmoil for consumers and taxpayers
Friday, 13 October 2017 () President Trump late Thursday pulled the trigger on one of his long-standing threats against the Affordable Care Act, announcing that he would immediately end federal payments to insurers to cover deductibles and co-pays for low-income Americans.
Trump had been openly musing about reneging on the...
On Monday, Donald Trump says he cut off key payments for Obamacare due to insurers raking in cash from them to pad their massive bottom-line expansion. However, analysts say the cost-sharing reduction payments were not a "bail out" for insurers and that insurance companies weren't really making a...
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