Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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The Obama administration is reportedly exploring new guidance this week that allows insurers to continue offering non-ACA-compliant health plans. This temporary fix helps avoid a wave of plan cancellations set to come right before midterm elections. How many people will this affect? Is this purely political, or would some really become uninsured if they weren’t allowed to keep their old plans? And as a revamped SAT test is unveiled, we look at the battle between the SAT and the ACT, which is getting more heated every year.
Posted In: federal flood insurance, storms
In 2012, Congress updated the National Flood Insurance Program, to reflect higher risks and costs. Now, it wants do-overs.
Posted In: youth unemployment, Entrepreneurship
High unemployment among African American teens lead many to look into entrepreneurship.