The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced on August 16 that it would make September’s cost-sharing reduction payments to health insurance carriers that offer eligible plans on the public insurance exchanges.

However, it remains unclear whether HHS will cease making these monthly CSR Payments after September, a move that would have major ramifications for insurance markets as well as the federal deficit, according to a forecast from the Congressional Budget Office.

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