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HealthCare.gov would still make business tax credit eligibility decisions. (Photo: CMS)

Managers of President Donald Trump’s Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are hoping that, if the program still exists next year, insurance agents and brokers will help solve a major problem: HealthCare.gov has a puny Small Business Health Options Program division.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the parent of CMS, set up HealthCare.gov under former President Barack Obama, to provide Affordable Care Act public exchange services in states that were unable or unwilling to do the job themselves.

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