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Sticker Shock and Government Subsidies

With the launch of the Obamacare exchanges, sticker shock is becoming a regular occurrence for the American people. From the Orlando Sentinel: How much will insurance cost? That depends — on where you live, your age, family size, income, what level of coverage you want and what federal subsidy you qualify for. For a family of four, a bronze plan without subsidies can start at $615 a month in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties, and $596 a month in Lake County. And that's more expensive than current rates? Much. The OIR figures show many plans costing twice as much, or more, compared with what's out there for 2013. For a law that was sold as ...