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ACA Magnifying Glass Although the overall number of ACA insurers is increasing, the longstanding problem of fewer insurance choices in rural areas continues. (Photo: Getty)

The roller coaster ride of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) continues; in addition to lower overall premiums, more insurers are entering ACA marketplaces for 2020, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) study.

The new report: “Insurer Participation on ACA Marketplaces, 2014-2020,” finds that choice in health plan carriers—traditionally a problem for many states, even before the ACA went into effect—will go up in 2020, as 26 new entrants in 18 states have been announced by insurance companies.

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