Ya' don't like it, but you're going to get it or be a Federal Law-breaker.
So you'll get it. Good and hard.
...according to eHealthInsurance.com,
before ObamaCare plans started being offered through online exchanges
on October 1st, it was possible for a 21 year-old in Wisconsin to obtain
health insurance for $44.20 per month. According to HHS data, the
cheapest plan available through the ObamaCare exchange for a 21 year-old
in Wisconsin is $104.29 per month....That’s an increase of 107%.
The smallest increase was 63%, if you call that "small."
Of course, there are subsidies, as long as you're spending 9.5% of your income on premiums.
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Liar! The cheapest plan for a 21 year-old is $0 since a 21 year-old can be insured on their parents' plan.
Unless the parents lost their plan due to Obongocare.
Troll fail at 11:55 p.m.
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