But insurers can already do this in some states, and it hasn’t reigned in costs because analysts say it’s not so much a regulatory problem in the first place as the Republican presidential candidate suggests, according to analyses of Trump’s health plan.

“The barriers to entry are not truly regulatory, they are financial and they are network,” Sabrina Corlette, the director of the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute told the New York Times last year.


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