(Bloomberg) -- Federal regulators have delayed a consumer protection in President Barack Obama’s signature health law that limits the out-of-pocket costs of people with insurance.

The one-year postponement of the annual limit on costs that patients must pay above what their insurance covers is another setback for a health-care law that has met resistance from Republicans and faced delays in enforcement of other key provisions.

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