Oct 30, 2015

Steep Hikes In Insurance Rates Force Alaskans To Make Tough Choices : Shots - Health News : NPR

Alaskans have the highest rates for health insurance in the country. Many get a subsidy to help defray the cost, but those who don't wonder, increasingly, whether it's time to go without insurance.

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