Some states will see an increase in insurance premium costs under ObamaCare by 100 percent or more. The huge leaps are mostly among those 27 years of age to 49 years of age. Expect more states to be added to the 50 percent to 100 percent-plus category as the program kicks in.
The bottom line: you get to pay more, receive less and get your medical records unattached to all privacy rights. See the chart below. States with premiums up 100 percent or more in the age 27 to 49 age range: Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, North Dakota, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia.
The state of Virginia sees increases of 250 percent-plus in the age range of 27 to 50 and up. A family of four in Virginia will se their premiums go up 178.7% States with premiums up 51% – 100% in the 27 to 49 age range are: Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin
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