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ACA signups continue to outpace last year, hitting 11.5 million

ACA signups continue to outpace last year, hitting 11.5 million

By Virgil Dickson  |  January 10, 2017

The rate of enrollment in the state and federal marketplaces continues to outpace the previous year despite ongoing uncertainty over the future of the health reform law. As of Dec. 24, 11.5 million people were signed up for coverage.

Should you worry about ACA hikes?

Should you worry about ACA hikes?

By Shelby Livingston  |  October 29, 2016

Policy experts say the projected double-digit hikes are unlikely to affect the majority of people who enroll in health plans through the federal exchange. At the same time, benchmark premiums in some states, including Arkansas, Indiana and Ohio, will increase only slightly or even decrease in 2017.

Double-digit premium hikes unlikely to affect most ACA shoppers

Double-digit premium hikes unlikely to affect most ACA shoppers

By Shelby Livingston  |  October 25, 2016

Health insurance premiums for the benchmark exchange plans are set to rise 25% on average in 2017—an eye-popping figure that has fueled another wave of criticism by Republicans seeking to dismantle the ACA. But policy experts say the projected hikes are unlikely to affect most enrollees.

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