The Obama administration put off more stringent U.S. healthcare policy standards for two years Wednesday, allowing some 500,000 people to keep cheaper coverage.
The administration rules grandfathered the policies through
"This reeks of politics,"
Administration officials denied any political motives in putting off the more stringent requirements of the Affordable Care Act, saying by the time the deadline rolls around, few people will still be in those policies that don't meet ACA standards.
The administration released comprehensive regulations it said "responds to the concerns we've heard from families, states, businesses, health professionals,
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