President Joe Biden, on Thursday, signed an executive order, directing the government health insurance markets to take new applications for subsidized benefits in the coming months. The new enrollment window opens on Feb. 15 and closes on May 15.
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Executive actions also reverse antiabortion policies of the Trump administration and are intended to remove barriers to Medicaid.
President Biden is temporarily reopening enrollment for the Affordable Care Act as pandemic-related job losses push the number of uninsured onto the exchanges. Nancy Cordes has more.
President Biden ordered the reopening of Affordable Care Act exchanges and moved to restore coverage mandates and Medicaid plans undermined by his predecessor.
The rescinded policy blocked US funds from going to international aid groups that support abortion.
Evidence from states that also reopened enrollment suggests it could pull more young, healthy Americans into insurance coverage.
President Biden signed executive orders on health care initiatives that focus on "restoring the Affordable Care Act," Medicaid and protecting women's health.