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Why private health insurers are losing money on the Affordable Care Act

(Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs) The choice of young people to forgo health insurance combined with the high cost of providing care for the sickest Americans are together generating big losses for insurers participating in the Affordable Care Act's state insurance marketplaces.
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