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If insurers all set up shop in a few low-regulation states, it's likely they won’t try hard to develop robust provider networks for customers in certain parts of the U.S., such as rural areas. (Photo: iStock)

Very little that President-elect Donald Trump said during his 16-month campaign for president about health care was clear or consistent. But there was one vow he stuck by at all times: He would allow insurers to sell health plans across state lines.

Jack Craver


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