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Could charity premium-paying undercut health reform economics?
Los Angeles Business Journal

A dispute between a Los Angeles charity and health insurance companies is raising questions about the balance of power between hospitals and insurers, and it’s raising issues for the economic principles behind the Affordable Care Act. A Better LA said last week it was signing up 50 low-income people for health insurance on California’s exchange, paying the $50 or $100 premium that remained after the people received government subsidies.