With the Trump administration announcing two days before Election Day that Georgia's healthcare.gov website will no longer provide options for residents shopping for plans starting in 2023, consumers will need to rely on private brokers, insurance companies, agents and commercial websites.

Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who pushed the plan, argued that this would give private entities an opening in the fall of 2022, when the following year's plans will be marketed, to aggressively advertise and compete for consumers and increase the number of choices.

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