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What you’ll pay for Obamacare, in one map

What you’ll pay for Obamacare, in one map

With Healthcare.gov working-ish, people are finally starting to see what exchange plans will cost them. And the answers vary a lot from state to state. In Minnesota, a single 40-year-old man can get a “silver” quality plan for $154 a month; in Vermont, he’d pay $413, more than double. The interactive screencapped above makes the point well.

What gives? Click “Know More” to read Tami Luhby’s accompanying story explaining the variation.

Dylan Matthews | December 2, 2013 at 2:18 pm
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