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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Avik Roy
As Roy rightly notes, the Congressional Budget Office, in its original estimates, predicted that the vast majority of those eligible for subsidies on the exchanges would be previously uninsured individuals.
"If too many sick people sign up, and not enough healthy people, the average ... [costs] per enrollee will increase, leading to higher premiums that are increasingly unaffordable for average Americans," writes Avik Roy, a health care analyst, at Forbes magazine's website.