As Congress threatens again to replace the Affordable Care Act, or try to, along comes further evidence of how well the law is working: Overall, insurers on Obamacare's exchanges are doing well, and almost all of them say they intend to participate next year — as the Congressional Budget Office has suggested they would.

There's just one wrinkle. Their participation depends on the federal government continuing to reimburse them for the billions of dollars they spend to keep copayments and deductibles affordable for millions of low-income policyholders.

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