Short-Term Plans

Trump is set to change rules regarding short-term health insurance plans. As of now you can get short-term plans for up to 90 days, and with this change you will have up to 12 months.

Short-term plans are typically cheaper because they are less comprehensive. They typically do not cover prescriptions drugs, maternity care, or pre-existing conditions.

Many believe this is an attempt to further gut Obamacare. Republicans in Congress have not been able to effectively repeal and replace as they said they would, so Trump is doing his best to do so through adminitrative instead of legislative means.

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