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State Flexibility to Stabilize the Market Grants

The Affordable Care Act made $250 million available to assist States with improving the health insurance rate review process through FY 2014. In FY2015, the unobligated rate review grant funds remained available to States for planning and implementing the insurance market reforms and consumer protections under Part A of title XXVII of the Public Health Service Act (PHS Act). The State Flexibility to Stabilize the Market Grant Program (State Flexibility Grants) will provide a funding source to enhance the role of States in planning and implementing several of the Federal market reforms and consumer protections. State Flexibility Grants will provide States with the opportunity to ensure their laws, regulations, and procedures are in line with Federal requirements, and enhance the States’ ability to effectively regulate their respective health insurance markets through innovative measures that support the pre-selected market reforms and consumer protections under Part A of Title XXVII of the PHS Act. Click on a State below to learn how that State plans to spend its grant funds.

State Flexibility to Stabilize the Market Grants

Click on your state to see grant details.