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The Expatriate Health Coverage Act: Like “Using a Bat to Swat a Fly?”

Recent legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives attempts to fix a problem in the Affordable Care Act for a relatively small group of people with health coverage who live overseas. But in the process it creates loopholes that could undermine consumer protections for a much larger group of people. Our colleague at Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families, Sonya Schwartz, provides this assessment.

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