The Trump White House said late Thursday that it plans to stop paying cost sharing reductions to health insurers to subsidize discounts offered to the poorest people who qualify for ACA health insurance. The decision affects more than 300,000 in North Carolina.
The Trump White House said late Thursday that it plans to stop paying cost sharing reductions to health insurers to subsidize discounts offered to the poorest people who qualify for ACA health insurance. The decision affects more than 300,000 in North Carolina. Toby Talbot AP
The Trump White House said late Thursday that it plans to stop paying cost sharing reductions to health insurers to subsidize discounts offered to the poorest people who qualify for ACA health insurance. The decision affects more than 300,000 in North Carolina. Toby Talbot AP

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