Stakeholders Urge Federal Court To Immediately Suspend Short-Term Plan Rule

October 01, 2018
A group of stakeholders is urging the DC federal district court to immediately block new federal regulations on short-term health plans set to go into effect Oct. 2, arguing the rule undermines the clear purpose of the Affordable Care Act and that allowing short-term plans to proliferate during the forthcoming open enrollment would cause irreparable harm to the individual market. “Congress sought to expand health insurance coverage, bolster health insurance markets, and ensure that health insurance policies offer real protection...

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