Federal health care law proving to be affordable in name only

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Author(s) The Oklahoman editorial board
Source The Oklahoman
Date March 23, 2014
URL http://newsok.com/federal-health-care-law-proving-to-be-affordable-in-name-only/article/3945683
Quotes-start.png Dramatic rate increases will come in 2015. They will be on top of increases already underway due to Obamacare. According to eHealthInsurance, individual premiums have increased 39 percent since February 2013. The average individual premium is now $274 a month. Family policies have increased by 56 percent. Average premiums are now $663 per family each month. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Act should not have been passed on the topic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.