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How Trump's decision to end key payments throws a wrench into the heart of Obamacare

Business Insider Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
How Trump's decision to end key payments throws a wrench into the heart of Obamacare· *The Trump administration is ending so-called cost-sharing reduction payments under the Affordable Care Act.*
· *The payments were critical for insurers to help offset the cost of providing insurance to low-income Americans.*
· *Their end brings with it a cascade of effects on the federal budget deficit, individuals'...
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News video: Trump Says CSRs Were a 'Gift' to Insurance Companies

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Oct.16 -- President Donald Trump speaks about his decision to end health-insurance subsidies under Obamacare.

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