A report from the White House's Council of Economic Advisers argued that the changes introduced by the Trump administration to the Affordable Care Act, namely the elimination of the individual mandate penalty and expansion of access to short-term and association health plans, could save consumers $450 billion over the next 10 years. But critics said the policies the report touts could result in higher premiums and more people without insurance.
ACA changes have economic benefits, White House says
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