The health law in question is the one you'd expect, and we know it has some hidden, perhaps unintended consequences. But prohibiting low-cost health plans -- in fact, requiring that everyone get a high-cost health plan -- was its primary purpose, wasn't it?
The article is about a specific type of low-cost plan and the fact that it will be prohibited long before subsidies are available to help poor people transition into something pricier. In other words, the substance of the article isn't entirely as obvious as the headline could suggest. But the headline caught my attention and I would rather blog than study accounting.