President Donald Trump with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in the White House Oval Office last month. On Thursday, HHS finalized new rules designed to stabilize Obamacare insurance marketplaces. Critics say the rules favor insurers and weaken consumer protections.
President Donald Trump with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in the White House Oval Office last month. On Thursday, HHS finalized new rules designed to stabilize Obamacare insurance marketplaces. Critics say the rules favor insurers and weaken consumer protections. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP file
President Donald Trump with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in the White House Oval Office last month. On Thursday, HHS finalized new rules designed to stabilize Obamacare insurance marketplaces. Critics say the rules favor insurers and weaken consumer protections. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP file

HHS finalizes industry-friendly rules to help stabilize insurance markets

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