(NEWSER) – The first year of the Affordable Care Act may not be too affordable for some. The New York Timesreports that another key part of ObamaCare—this time, a cap on out-of-pocket expenses for patients—will be delayed by a year. The law was supposed to guarantee that individuals would not have to pay more than $6,350 and families more than $12,700, but insurers argued successfully that they needed more time to comply. The reason? They say they haven't had enough time to get their computers in sync on the issue.
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