President Donald Trump hasn't been able to dismantled the Affordable Care Act through legislation, so he's moving to undermine the health care law via other means. Trump plans to stop crucial Obamacare subsidies
that assistance low-income enrollees pay for their health care. The dramatic move threatens the law's future, because doing so could force insurance companies to raise rates or even leave the Obamacare exchanges altogether. Almost 6 million people, which is more than half of all Obamacare enrollees, qualify for the cost-sharing payments, which expense the feds about$ 7 billion this year.
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