Bloomberg Law   |  September 3, 2020

More than 450,000 Georgia residents selected plans through in 2019, the state said in its application for a waiver from the ACA. A Brookings Institution analysis estimates that 35,000 to 100,000 people would lose coverage in the first year of the waiver. “If it gets approved, it will definitely be challenged,” Katie Keith, a principal at health-care policy advisory firm Keith Policy Solutions LLC, said in an interview.

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