fantasy-641x375The White House is expected to allow health insurance plans not meeting the standards set by the Affordable Care Act to continue to be sold, another major Obamacare delay that would get around plan cancellation notices having to be sent before the midterm elections, The Hill newspaper reported. Reportedly set to be announced as early as this week, the administration would allow insurers to continue selling insurance plans that don’t meet the law’s standards until at least the end of President Barack Obama’s term in office, and possibly beyond that. There was no indication that Obama would seek congressional authorization, so this would be another unilateral executive action. MORE