Trumpcare Insurers fear the Trump administration encouraging people to enroll in short-term plans will make the ACA market  “look like a high-risk pool.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Affordable Care Act faces an “uncertain future,” according to a recent report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that examines how insurers are reacting to recent attempts by Congress to chip away at the health law.

“Although data suggest that insurers are entering 2018 on much sounder financial footing than in the early years of the ACA’s marketplaces, several policies are in place this year that threaten insurers’ long-term participation in the marketplaces and the affordability of ACA coverage,” says the report.

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