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Lawmakers Strike Deal To Reauthorize FDA User Fee Agreements

KHN Morning Briefing

The agreement extends the agency’s authority to collect fees from drug and medical device manufacturers. Without the fees, 5,000 Food and Drug Administration employees could be laid off and drug reviews would be prolonged.

What Trump’s Market Stabilization Rule Means For Consumers

KHN Morning Briefing

The Associated Press looks at how people buying off the exchanges will be affected by the administration’s steps to stabilize the marketplace. Meanwhile, the insurance industry is worried the moves will reduce enrollment and therefore sales.

Many Alaskans Find Health Law Is Like Trying To Fit A Square Peg Into A Round Hole

KHN Morning Briefing

Due to its sheer size, sparse population and harsh environment, Alaska faces unique circumstances that aren’t really accommodated by the health law. In other news on the Affordable Care Act, new data details the rise in people covered, a CEO of a major hospital system in Chicago talks about the changes he has seen, NPR looks at pre-existing conditions and more stories.