Premiums for young healthy people will jump in 45 states under Obamacare

Washington Examiner | October 19, 2013

By JOEL GEHRKE

Young people in 45 states will see their health insurance premiums increase under Obamacare because the law relies on the money they pay into the system to offset the cost of caring for older enrollees, according to a new study.

Virginia leads the pack, as individuals aged 27 and under will see their health insurance premiums jump by 252.5 percent — $416.55 — according to the Heritage Foundation’s Center for Data Analysis.

Virginians under the age of 50 will see their premiums jump by an even greater percentage, rising from $228 to $991.03.

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One Response to Premiums for young healthy people will jump in 45 states under Obamacare

  1. Lanny says:

    All part of the plan to move to a “regional” electronic healthcare monitoring system. Chipless RFID technologies are going to be put “on” people, and be used to monitor the physical and mental states of participants.

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