Sami Jamaleddine, left, signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with insurance agent Michael Khoury, right, in Miami. Health insurers, hospitals and other groups are calling for the Trump administration to pay roughly $7 billion in federal subsidies this year to help low-income plan enrollees with out-of-pocket costs.
Sami Jamaleddine, left, signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with insurance agent Michael Khoury, right, in Miami. Health insurers, hospitals and other groups are calling for the Trump administration to pay roughly $7 billion in federal subsidies this year to help low-income plan enrollees with out-of-pocket costs. Lynne Sladky AP
Sami Jamaleddine, left, signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with insurance agent Michael Khoury, right, in Miami. Health insurers, hospitals and other groups are calling for the Trump administration to pay roughly $7 billion in federal subsidies this year to help low-income plan enrollees with out-of-pocket costs. Lynne Sladky AP

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