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    Default States worried about health care rate hikes. DUH!

    The reality has ALMOST set in for these dipshits.

    Wonder if Washington will ever admit it is a failure?

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    Looks like the dumb fucks should have read it BEFORE it passed!!

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    Affordable Care Act...........


    "The single biggest issue we face now is affordability," said Jill Zorn, senior program officer at the Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut, a consumer advocacy group that championed the new law.

    Administration officials have consistently downplayed the specter of rate increases and other disruptions as millions of Americans move into overhauled insurance markets in 2014. They cite provisions in the law that they say will hold down premiums, including new competitive markets they believe will make insurers offer competitive rates.

    Exactly how high the premiums may go won't be known until later this year. But already, officials in states that support the law have sounded warnings that some people — mostly those who are young and do not receive coverage through their work — may see considerably higher prices than expected.
    That is because of new requirements in the law aimed at making insurance more comprehensive and more affordable for older, sicker consumers.

    Insurance regulators in California, which has enthusiastically embraced the law, cautioned the Obama administration in a recent letter about "rate and market disruption."

    Oregon's insurance commissioner, another supporter of the law, said new regulations could push up premiums for young customers by as much as 30% next year. He urged administration officials to slow enactment of the new rules.


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    My personal stake in this:

    $17,500 (current pre tax cost) x .3 = $5,250 increase in premiums for a new grand total cost of $ 22,750/yr
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    Quote Originally Posted by carreradude View Post
    Looks like the dumb fucks should have read it BEFORE it passed!!
    No need to read anything, it is a well known fact with no exceptions. Anytime government becomes involved in anything it becomes less efficient more complicated and more expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldHondaBoughtHondo View Post
    No need to read anything, it is a well known fact with no exceptions. Anytime government becomes involved in anything it becomes less efficient more complicated and more expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoldHondaBoughtHondo View Post
    No need to read anything, it is a well known fact with no exceptions. Anytime government becomes involved in anything it becomes less efficient more complicated and more expensive.
    now that my friend IS a fact...
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