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Older Women Bear the Brunt of Higher Insurance Costs Under Obamacare
The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
June 24, 2014
"The government's report shows that federal tax credits make health insurance premiums more affordable for everyone. The academics' report, however, shows that women age 55 to 64 will face a huge spike in cost when they go out to buy individual insurance on the federal exchange. These women bear the brunt of the increased premiums and out of pocket expenses after the [ACA].... The government report ... doesn't take into account out of pocket costs and doesn't say anything about how premiums might have changed because of the health care reform."

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