About That ObamaCare ‘Glitch’ – WSJ

The Affordable Care Act has taken a backseat to politics since Republicans failed to rescind the entitlement in 2017, but ObamaCare still isn’t working as promised. The Biden administration said this week that it will throw more money at an issue, and the result will be to make more Americans dependent on government subsidies.

The government’s proposed new rule would eliminate what is known as “the family bug”. The question is who is entitled to subsidies for buying ObamaCare. A person is eligible if they have not received an offer of “affordable” coverage at work, defined as coverage that costs less than about 10% of household income. However, the calculation is tied to the cost of insuring only the employee, not the spouse and children, and a family plan can be more expensive. About That ObamaCare ‘Glitch’ – WSJ

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