In this December 2014 photo, applicants form a line outside a storefront insurance broker at the Mall of the Americas in Miami. This week, Florida’s insurance regulator asked insurers selling 2018 Affordable Care Act plans to submit a second set of rates for next year that account for the potential loss of cost-sharing subsidies, which help eligible low-income Americans pay their out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles and co-payments.
In this December 2014 photo, applicants form a line outside a storefront insurance broker at the Mall of the Americas in Miami. This week, Florida’s insurance regulator asked insurers selling 2018 Affordable Care Act plans to submit a second set of rates for next year that account for the potential loss of cost-sharing subsidies, which help eligible low-income Americans pay their out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles and co-payments. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas
In this December 2014 photo, applicants form a line outside a storefront insurance broker at the Mall of the Americas in Miami. This week, Florida’s insurance regulator asked insurers selling 2018 Affordable Care Act plans to submit a second set of rates for next year that account for the potential loss of cost-sharing subsidies, which help eligible low-income Americans pay their out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles and co-payments. Gaston De Cardenas Gaston De Cardenas

Florida insurers want to hike Obamacare rates, and they may go even higher

August 03, 2017 01:17 PM

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