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The Trump administration has taken a lot of swipes at the Affordable Care Act this year. Here's a look at what's changed.

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New York, Massachusetts and Vermont have already taken steps to defang the AHP strategy, and other states have indicated their opposition to the GOP strategy. (Image: Shutterstock)

Frustrated in their attempts to demolish in one fell swoop the Affordable Care Act, Republicans have turned to a “one thousand small cuts” strategy to disable the act. Among the largest of those small cuts: expansion and promotion of association health plans, or AHPs, via a White House written rule. But if several state authorities have their way, this cut, if not healed, may be wrapped in legal bandages.

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