- It denies access to individuals with pre-existing conditions by imposing waiting periods.
- Its plans are not subject to the same restrictions applied to all other forms of insurance under ObamaCare.
- A backroom deal cut in Sen. Harry Reid’s office exempts its plans from the new tax on health insurers.
It’s called the “AARP Insurance Plan,” a wholly owned subsidiary of AARP. It sells Medigap insurance, which will greatly expand when ObamaCare cuts subsidies for Medicare Advantage plans. AARP, over the strong objection of most seniors, supported ObamaCare.
The information above came from Chris Jacobs, a health policy analyst with the Republican Policy Committee.