S.J. Res. 63. “Short-Term, Limited Duration Insurance”
I’m Strongly opposed to this resolution S.J. Res. 63 which would repeal the Trump administration’s “Short-Term, Limited Duration Insurance” rule — which allowed health insurance consumers to buy short-term health insurance plans lasting up to 12 months that can be renewed for up to three years (Obamacare capped such plans at 3 months). The rule was finalized on August 3, 2018 but under the Congressional Review Act Congress can overturn recently finalized regulations with simple majority votes in both chambers and the president’s signature.
Short-term, limited duration health insurance aren’t for all consumers, but they can be affordable options for people transitioning between jobs and should be available. Even if Congress votes to repeal the Trump administration rule allowing such plans, this resolution will be vetoed by the president.
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