WASHINGTON POST | At a meeting in California this spring, we sat down with a number of insurance company chief executives who are major participants in the Affordable Care Act exchanges. They asked us to carry back a message to Washington: Put partisanship aside and end federal uncertainty about support for the ACA; otherwise, they will end up setting premiums higher than necessary or withdrawing from markets across the country.
With only weeks before the exchanges open for business again, Washington has one more chance to take clear action to bring down premiums and help millions of American families. We developed five recommendations that could stabilize the individual health insurance market.
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