President Trump’s executive order on “association health plans” doesn’t repeal the ACA — the executive branch is powerless to do that alone. However, this executive order could destabilize the ACA’s insurance marketplaces by allowing some Americans to purchase lower-priced, minimal-coverage plans. That could sharply reduce the number of younger, healthier people from the law’s risk pools.
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