Senate COVID-19 Compromise Leaves Out ACA Provisions In House Bill

By Emily Martin, Amy Lotven / March 24, 2020 at 3:11 PM
The Senate compromise stimulus bill hammered out Tuesday (March 24) fails to include Affordable Care Act reforms pushed by House Democrats Monday that would lift barriers to coverage and support stability in the marketplace. The House bill would have opened a two-month special enrollment period, expanded the ACA's tax credits beyond 400% of the federal poverty level, ended the administration's short-term health plan rule and set up a temporary risk corridors program, among other measures, many of which were proposed...

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