Sami Jamaleddine (left) signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with agent Michael Khoury in Miami. The Republican legislation to replace the ACA, which narrowly passed the House of Representatives, could spur an increase in “junk insurance” policies in states that opt out of two key Obamacare consumer protections.
Sami Jamaleddine (left) signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with agent Michael Khoury in Miami. The Republican legislation to replace the ACA, which narrowly passed the House of Representatives, could spur an increase in “junk insurance” policies in states that opt out of two key Obamacare consumer protections. Lynne Sladky AP
Sami Jamaleddine (left) signs up for health insurance offered under the Affordable Care Act with agent Michael Khoury in Miami. The Republican legislation to replace the ACA, which narrowly passed the House of Representatives, could spur an increase in “junk insurance” policies in states that opt out of two key Obamacare consumer protections. Lynne Sladky AP

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The ‘junk insurance’ coming post-Obamacare could be like having no insurance at all

May 30, 2017 5:19 PM

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