State Healthcare.gov consumers to see a 36 percent premium increase next year

Wisconsin Healthcare.gov consumers will see a roughly 36 percent increase in their premiums next year, state officials said today, citing increasing uncertainty from insurers over the federal marketplace.
Most consumers won’t be affected by the rise, as they’ll also get higher premium subsidies from the federal government. But about 20,000 of the roughly 215,000 in the state’s marketplaces who don’t receive those subsidies would feel the effects of rising premiums, according to the state Office of Commissioner of Insurance.
The rise in premiums for next year’s marketplace is far beyond past in...

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