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_creationDateAugust 12, 2009 1:03:50 PM
_modificationDateMarch 11, 2010 2:45:32 PM
_creatorYaron Koren
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TopicPatient Protection and Affordable Care Act
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AuthorThe Wall Street Journal editorial board
SourceThe Wall Street Journal
DateAugust 12, 2009
URLhttp://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204908604574332293172846168.html
Quote"New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts have both community rating and guaranteed issue. And, no surprise, they have the three most expensive individual insurance markets among all 50 states, with premiums roughly two to three times higher than the rest of the country. In 2007, the average annual premium in New Jersey was $5,326 for singles and in New York $12,254 for a family, versus the national average of $2,613 and $5,799, respectively. ObamaCare would impose New York-type rates nationwide."
SummaryThe Truth About Health Insurance by The Wall Street Journal editorial board (The Wall Street Journal, August 12, 2009) (view)