I forgot to link to my piece up at The Week on Wednesday on how young adults fair under health care reform:
Last week, while arguing that our political institutions in general are letting down young Americans, Catherine Rampell of The Washington Post pointed to ObamaCare’s requirement that “‘young invincibles’ who join the individual market must pay rates much higher than are actuarially fair to subsidize older, sicker, more expensive Americans.”
Elsewhere, the close monitoring of the number of young adults enrolling on the health exchanges has been a constant reminder of the law’s reliance on this group for financing. But is this really unfair to young Americans?
Read the rest here.