- Eliminating the Affordable Care Act's premium tax credits would substantially increase premiums and reduce overall enrollment in the individual market.
- Reduced enrollment of young adults in the individual health insurance market would lead to modest premium increases.
- Alternative types of subsidies — such as vouchers — could cause premiums to become more sensitive to the age mix of enrollees.
- Eliminating the individual mandate would cause small increases in premiums but large declines in enrollment.
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