Tori Richards on Obamacare Enabling Deadbeats

CashTucked inside nearly 11,000 pages of the
Affordable Care Act is a little-known provision that doles out
three months of free health care to individuals who choose to
default on their premiums. People who receive the federal subsidy
to be part of Obamacare will be allowed to incur a three-month
“grace period” if they can’t pay their premiums and then simply
cancel their policies, stiffing the doctors and hospitals. Their
only repercussion, writes’s Tori Richards, is that
they have to wait until the following year’s open enrollment if
they want coverage on the exchange.

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