While lifetime limits were stopped in 2011, yearly limits stop in 2014
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Submitted by Lyle (United States), Nov 4, 2013 20:26
This in fact may be one of the reasons for so many cancellations. It appears that individual plans could put a yearly limit on benefits until jan 1 2014. So if you had an expensive condition you could run out in a year and resume the next year. That goes away.
As to the Teigit, they could just have done like the AAPG (american association of petroleum geologists) and associated societies and set up a private exchange. But where as AAPG folks likley would not qualify for subsidies, so no need to use the public exchange, its not clear what the income statistics of the TEIGIT group imply in terms of eligibility for subsidies.
(note that the AAPG group is essentially aimed at independent petroleum geologists, who likley get an overriding royalty on their findings)
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