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Could It Be Any Other Way?

In today’s Press:

NJ Obamacare prices highest in the nation

New Jerseyans who bought health insurance through the Affordable Care Act federal exchange paid some of the highest prices nationwide, according to a federal government report released Wednesday, the result of the state’s high cost of living and its relatively few insurance providers.

Consumers in the Garden State had average premiums of $465 a month if they did not qualify for tax credits — tops in the nation among the 36 states using the federal exchange — and $148 a month if they qualified for tax credits, second only to Alaska. By comparison, consumers nationwide had average premiums of $346 a month before tax credits an $82 a month after tax credits, the report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services found………

BTW, last night’s meeting being processed at You Tube.  Should be up here sometime this morning.

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