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Short-term, limited-duration insurance plans are meant to cover brief gaps in health care coverage, but rules and loopholes in recent years have made it possible for these plans to extend well beyond their intended use. These deceptive and risky plans do not provide comprehensive coverage and are not subject to the consumer protections we worked so hard to secure under the Affordable Care Act, and their limitations are often unclear to consumers who are purchasing them.
A newly proposed rule from several federal agencies would limit the use of these plans to their intended duration and would help ensure consumers have the vital information they need.
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