Gavel on flag In January, Idaho regulators said they would let insurers in the state sell health plans that don't cover pre-existing conditions and that do allow them to charge sick people higher premiums. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Trump administration on Thursday rejected a plan by Idaho insurance regulators to sell health plans that don't carry some of the consumer protections required by the Affordable Care Act.

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