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Heath care stocks: Trump ends subsidies to Obamacare insurers, shares fall

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Shares of hospitals and insurers with a larger Medicaid business took hits after the news.
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President Trump has now made his mark on healthcare in America after the White House announced it would be ending key Obamacare subsidies to insurers. Trump then criticized Obamacare again, a measure he's tried repeatedly to repeal. The Congressional Budget Office said that premiums would spike in...

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