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The New York Times (10/17, Kaplan, Subscription Publication) reports on its front page that Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Patty Murray (D-WA) “have reached a bipartisan deal to provide funding for critical subsidies to health insurers that President Trump said last week that he would cut off,” Alexander said on Tuesday. This agreement aims “to stabilize health insurance markets under the Affordable Care Act.” Under the agreement, “the subsidies would be funded for two years, a step that would provide at least short-term certainty to insurers.” The article says Trump called the deal a “short term” solution.

Posted 11:47 AM

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