A review of proposed health care plans across eight states shows premiums for those in good health may double or even triple under Obamacare, while costs for people with chronic conditions will likely decrease, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Take the case of a 40-year-old single nonsmoker. Under the new law, he could take insurance on a “bronze” plan that covers 60% of medical costs and charges premiums of about $200 a month in most states surveyed in the study. Yet today, he could get coverage for far less.
As JLF’s Katherine Restrepo reminds us, 92 days and counting until ObamaCare is a reality for all.