Oral Arguments In Short-Term Plan Appeal Set For March 20

By Amy Lotven / January 31, 2020 at 7:57 PM
The federal D.C. appeals court this week set oral arguments for March 20 in the lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s rule that allows short-term health plans to run for up to year, which means a ruling should come prior to next year’s open enrollment period and possibly before plans must finalize 2021 rates. The Association of Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) is spearheading the challenge along with six other industry groups, which argue the rule is arbitrary, capricious and an overreach...

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