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The Obama administration is concerned that people will not buy a new insurance plan if their current plan is no longer available in the upcoming open enrollment period. (Photo: iStock)

As a number of large insurers ditch Affordable Care Act marketplaces in some states, the Obama administration is concerned that people will not buy a new insurance plan if their current plan is no longer available in the upcoming open enrollment period.

Jack Craver

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