Kaiser Health News reports that colleges and universities are worried that health care nationalization may prevent them from offering low-cost health plans for students.
The way I read this, the schools have good reason to be concerned; the plans in question are definitely not allowed under the new law. But, I suspect that the government will make an exception, as they will (at first) in any other case that gets the law bad press.
This is how our government is being run now: blanket bans, but exceptions for the politically well-connected. But the exceptions probably won’t last. If the law manages to survive the next few years and the furor fades, they will start withdrawing the exceptions.