Jul 09, 2015

Premium hikes spark new front in Obamacare war | Washington Examiner

Insurance premiums have quickly become a new front in the Obamacare fight, with opponents pouncing on big increases and supporters and experts countering the increases won't be so bad. The fight started last month when insurers were required to disclose estimated 2016 rates of 10 percent or more for Obamacare customers. Some figures grabbed headlines, especially with certain insurers calling for...

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