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Illinois groups push to restrict short-term insurance, as Trump administration seeks to expand it

Illinois is considering legislation that would impose limits on short-term health insurance plans that the Trump administration is seeking to expand.

Dozens of Illinois advocacy groups, under the umbrella of the Protect Our Care Coalition, are supporting a bill that would impose a six-month limit on the use of short-term insurance plans - coverage originally meant to serve as a stopgap for consumers between health insurance

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