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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - James Capretta
"They have assumed wrongly that the plans they're trying to sell through the exchanges are going to be attractive to relatively healthy Americans," said James Capretta, a public policy specialist at the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute. "I just think that's wrong. Lots of people are going to end up not buying those plans. Mainly it's going to be an attractive place for people who have existing health problems. It's going to become essentially a program for relatively less healthy people."
Mr. Capretta, a former Bush administration official who focuses on health care policy, said there are likely more problems to come with Obamacare because relatively healthy people will be reluctant to enroll for coverage they don't need.