State choices for CSR ramifications

This is a tentative/preliminary inventory of how states are planning to deal with the non-payment of Cost Sharing Reduction (CSR) subsidies.  If you find out more, please e-mail me or leave it in comments

The data is here:

 






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    rikyrah says:

    Thanks Mayhew

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    JPL says:

    What does silver load mean?

    edit google is my friend. Insurance companies will put the extra cost for insurance into the silver plans. It is this type of situation that will cause some to look at the gold plans, I believe that is what David said in the past.

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    Baud says:

    Haha. Megyn Kelly commenting on Today show. Stop trying to make Megyn happen, NBC.

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    Baud says:

    Today show is at least making clear Trump is responsible for CSR.

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    sherparick says:

    Trump = Fucking Moronic Asshole (FMA)

    Other FMAs:

    Chris Cilliza: “But her emails…..”

    Dr. Jill Stein: “Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy is much scarier than Donald Trump’s, who does not want to go to war with Russia.”

    The entire Republican Party.

    All 63 million voters, who voted for the FMA in charge because he was “white,” a “man,” and a “business man who would run the Government like a business.”

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    Chris says:

    No strategy for Maryland. Shit, that’s not good for me.

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    Chyron HR says:

    Jesus Christ, these people are figuratively and possibly literally killing me with this shit.

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    dr. bloor says:

    Have to believe multiple requests for restraining orders will be in front of judges by lunchtime today.

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    Tom Levenson says:

    What does “Reserve” mean? Looking at MA. Yeah. I’m parochial.

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    AnonPhenom says:

    The “no CSR strategy” States, does that mean they have nothing in place as of publication or ‘these States have no plans to do anything about this clusterfuck’?

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    @Tom Levenson: Reserve means that the state told insurers to file as if CSR would be paid but they had a plan in place to go to another option if they were not paid.

    Massachusetts’ plan A was to file a 1332 waiver that would pay the state the CSR funds directly and the state would then pay the insurers. If that is not approved by Sunday, they will Silver Load.

    @AnonPhenom: It usually means that the actuarial memos said “We’re assuming CSR will be paid in full and on time”

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    David,
    Great graph, I would guess you are getting a ton of traffic! Quick question- for Indiana, you said to “See link” in the notes. Where is the link?

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    hedgehog the occasional commenter says:

    David, thank you.
    I see Colorado is doing a “Broad Metal Load.” Does that mean spreading the cost over all of the plans?

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    ProfDamatu says:

    @Austin Lehman: The link is in the notes field of the Google Doc linked just above the map.

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