In my article posted on Sunday, November 17, 2013, I reported that most of the State Insurance Commissioners seemed to think that President Obama's political fix might work. President Obama's proposed fix to his political problem of credibility was to allow insurance companies to renew cancelled policies for one more year, thereby allowing people in America to "keep" their insurance plans if they like them regardless of the Affordable Care Act, something the president had represented more than once.
It turns out that maybe not so many of the State Insurance Commissioners are on board with the president's fix, at least not quite yet. Reasonably, many Commissioners want to discuss the proposal among themselves before they commit to any position on the proposal in a meeting with the president. See Susanne Craig and Michael D. Shear, "Some State Insurance Officials Decline to Meet With Obama" (New York Times Online, posted Wed., November 20, 2013).
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