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Republicans talking about their ideas for replacing the Affordable Care Act often propose selling health insurance “across state lines.” The general thrust of the idea is to boost competition in state insurance markets by providing consumers a wider array of plans from which to choose.
How is this proposal for interstate insurance sales different than what currently exists in the marketplace, where the nation’s largest health insurers (Aetna, United HealthCare, etc.) already sell policies in multiple states? And what evidence do we have about whether the idea would be successful? What has happened in the handful of states that have already tried it? What effect would it have on the uninsured? Rachana Pradhan covers a few things you need to know.
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