Senators get deal to prop up ACA, keep subsidies Trump cut

SENATORS FROM BOTH political parties have said that a compromise has been reached to secure subsidies to health insurers in the Affordable Care Act insurance markets. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO /KHOLOOD EID
SENATORS FROM BOTH political parties have said that a compromise has been reached to secure subsidies to health insurers in the Affordable Care Act insurance markets. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO /KHOLOOD EID
NEW YORK - Senators in both political parties say they’ve reached agreement on fixes to stabilize the Affordable Care Act just two weeks before Americans start signing up for 2018 coverage. The two-year deal would allow crucial subsidies to health insurers to start flowing again, potentially lowering insurance premiums for those in the program next…

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