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The Exchanges

Yes, many of the ACA exchanges are failing, but multiple studies show that this result is not because of some inherent flaw in the law, but because of policy decisions of the states that didn't fully implement the law. This article in The Atlantic, for instance, details some of the study results.  If a state expanded Medicaid, didn't allow grandfathered policies, set up its own exchange, and did all the marketing and recruitment work to enroll people, then their exchanges are operating with lower risk.


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