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This from today's New York Times:
(nytimes.com/2017/04/04/upshot/...)

"States would have the option to jettison two major parts of the Affordable Care Act’s insurance regulations. They could decide to opt out of provisions that require insurers to cover a standard, minimum package of benefits, known as the essential health benefits. And they could decide to do away with a rule that requires insurance companies to charge the same price to everyone who is the same age, a provision called community rating."

To my inexpert eye, it looks like the insurance companies have been lobbying. Just a guess.