Insurers Want Big Rate Hikes as Older, Sicker Patients Join Obamacare
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High medical costs from relatively small numbers of very ill enrollees to Obamacare are leading large insurance companies to ask regulators in some states to raise their rates by more than 50 percent next year. [Full Story]
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Insurers Want Big Rate Hikes as Older, Sicker Patients Join Obamacare
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