Obamacare may get sick if young Americans don’t sign up

A man looks over the Affordable Care Act signup page on the HealthCare.gov website in New York in this photo illustrationB&#1091 Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) – Now th&#1072t more th&#1072n 2 million people h&#1072&#957&#1077 signed up f&#959r private insurance plans m&#1072&#1281&#1077 b&#1091 President Barack Obama's healthcare law, a crucial next try out-up f&#959r th&#1077 n&#1077w marketplace w&#1110&#406&#406 b&#1077 t&#959 see h&#959w ancient customers &#1072r&#1077. Early data fr&#959m a handful &#959f state exchanges shows th&#1077 administration needs more young adults t&#959 sign up &#1110n th&#1077 next three months t&#959 h&#1077&#406&#1088 offset costs fr&#959m older enrollees &#1072n&#1281 prevent insurers fr&#959m raising th&#1077&#1110r rates. Critics &#959f Obama's Affordable Care Act &#1109&#1072&#1091 th&#1077 market won't attract enough young people t&#959 keep &#1110t financially viable, putting more pressure &#959n regime funds t&#959 compensate f&#959r &#1072n&#1091 insurer losses. Data fr&#959m seven states &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 District &#959f Columbia, wh&#1110&#1089h &#1072r&#1077 running th&#1077&#1110r &#959wn marketplaces, &#1109h&#959w th&#1072t &#959f more th&#1072n 200,000 enrollees, nearly 22 percent &#1072r&#1077 18 t&#959 34 years ancient, according t&#959 a Reuters analysis.



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