If I sign up for coverage now, will I be able to stay enrolled if the ACA is struck down by the Supreme Court?

Individuals with no coverage | Open and Special Enrollment Periods

Most likely yes, for coverage through 2021. The ACA is current law and in general, insurers participating on are required by federal and state law to continue providing coverage throughout the year. Until the Supreme Court issues a ruling (expected in the spring of 2021), the status of any premium tax credits or cost-sharing reduction plans for the balance of the year is uncertain, should the relevant provisions of the ACA be struck down. However if your insurer decides to discontinue offering health plans mid-year, it must provide you with notice of the discontinuation at least 90 days before coverage is discontinued under federal law. Other state specific requirements may also apply. However, If your insurer is leaving the market altogether and won’t offer coverage on or off the marketplace, it must provide you with notice of its withdrawal and discontinuation of coverage at least 180 days before coverage is discontinued. Other state specific requirements may also apply. During open enrollment, you have a right to purchase health insurance for 2021. You must sign up for 2021 coverage by December 15, 2020 to have 2021 coverage start on January 1. (45 C.F.R. § 155.410; 45 C.F.R. § 147.106; 42 U.S.C. § 300gg-42; 82 Fed. Reg. 18346, April 18, 2017).

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