The Affordable Care Act has put hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans in financial straits.

But as more and more states and cities begin to implement their own versions of the law, we asked the experts for their thoughts on how it could be improved.1.

Health insurers need to compete on a level playing fieldFirst, we need to understand what’s actually in the law.

The Affordable Health Care Act allows insurers to offer coverage across state lines, which is different than what’s required under federal law.

Under the law’s health care marketplaces, states can set their own rules on how insurers are allowed to operate.

For example, some states may require that they provide insurance only to people who can afford it, but others may allow insurers to cover anyone who can pay.2.

Some states may allow for subsidiesIf states don’t have their own health insurance exchanges, some of the benefits that insurance companies will get under the law are based on a formula called a “premium support payment.”

Premium support payments are a way to pay for subsidies to people buying insurance on the exchanges, such as a premium subsidy to help pay for coverage, or an insurance tax credit.

In the end, it’s a form of tax-credit subsidy.

The law also gives states the ability to set their rates and co-pays, but that’s up to them.

Some state health insurance plans will only pay for premiums, and some state plans may not.

If you live in a state that’s set to open its exchange this year, you may have more options.

You can shop for your own health plan on Healthcare.gov.3.

If your state is set to expand, you might want to consider a health insurance policyIf your state hasn’t yet opened its exchange, it could make sense to get a health policy if you want to avoid paying a premium.

This may sound like an obvious thing to do, but it’s not the case.

In fact, there’s some good news to consider.

For the most part, states will be able to expand their health insurance markets starting in 2018.

And the vast majority of states will open their exchanges in 2018, which will mean that people will be covered for an expanded population.4.

Some plans may only offer high-deductible plansIf you’re in a low-deduction plan that only offers a high deductible, you can still find some options if you’re worried about high costs.

If that’s the case, though, you should probably consider a plan that offers more comprehensive coverage.

Many plans, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield, offer high deductible plans.

You might also want to check with your state’s insurance commissioner for more information on the health insurance options offered by those plans.5.

You may be eligible for subsidiesThe subsidies offered under the Affordable Care Law don’t apply to people living in areas that aren’t covered by an exchange.

If those areas are already covered, they won’t receive any money from the federal government.

However, many insurers offer discounts for people in these areas.

And people living outside of states that offer plans on the exchange will be eligible to apply for subsidies from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.6.

There are some other optionsFor people who live in areas without a health plan, the Affordable Health Act is one of the best health insurance policies available.

But, there are still some other choices you can look at if you can’t get the cheapest insurance plan.

Here are some options to consider:A.

A health plan that covers you only when you work and can afford to payThe most popular health insurance plan option is an employer-sponsored plan.

It typically offers coverage for people working when they’re home or in the office.

You’ll pay a premium for the policy.

The policy usually includes a deductible, co-payments, and coverage limits, and you can use your premium as a tax credit to help buy coverage in the exchange.

Many employers also offer health savings accounts, which you can contribute to.

These are similar to a 401(k), but they don’t pay for your premiums, instead, they pay for the benefits you get from the plan.

You’re also allowed to opt out of having your premiums collected.

Some companies even offer a premium reduction option, which reduces your premiums.

Some companies also offer community coverage, which lets people with pre-existing conditions get health coverage regardless of where they live.

These plans often have lower deductibles and higher co-insurance.

The premiums are usually higher, and it can be a great option for those who want to shop around for the cheapest coverage.7.

You won’t be able buy insurance in the exchangesIf you live outside of a state with an exchange, you’ll have to shop for a health coverage plan in the federal marketplace, which typically will be a private health insurance company.

Many states and the District of Columbia have plans that go through the exchange, and these companies may offer