Skip to comments.California under Obamacare: Bare-bones coverage will cost twice as much for some
Posted on 05/23/2013 3:43:10 PM PDT by The Old Hoosier
...You decide to buy a Bronze plan, defined under Obamacare as a plan that would, on average, pay 60 percent of the average persons medical bills after you take things like the deductible and coinsurance into account. Today, you can go to EHealthInsurance.com and find the cheapest plan fitting this description for your age at $111 per month...
[Under Obamacare], the cheapest bare-bones plan you can get in the entire state is more than $200 per month. But that might not be available to you, depending on which region you live in. If you live in say, Napa County, you cant get any kind of health insurance through the exchange for less than $275 per month.
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Gonna be hard for most to do given they had their hours cut to keep their employers from being required to provide it for them.
Very soon the Gubmint will just have to step in with an enforced single payer system to rescue the proles from the evil insurance companies (who supported this mess in the first place). “Under the bus with you!”
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