Ceci Connolly discusses the effect of cutoff subsidies (New York Times)

Even though they may be shielded from cost increases as long as insurers stay in the market, many consumers will still face uncertainty. “There was a lot of anxiety that we sensed from answering members’ phone calls and inquiries about what this means to them,” said Marti Lolli, chief marketing officer for Michigan’s Priority Health. Those who don’t receive subsidies will be the ones who face double-digit prices increases, potentially making insurance unaffordable. Ceci Connolly responds in the New York Times.