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_creationDateDatetimeDecember 27, 2013 2:04:22 AM
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_creatorStringYaron Koren
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AuthorList (,) of PageChicago Tribune editorial board
SourcePageChicago Tribune
DateDateDecember 24, 2013
URLURLhttp://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-obamacare-teeters-edit-1224-jm-20131224,0,5746082.story
QuoteTextOver the weekend, The New York Times reported on the staggering cost of premiums for people who fall just short of qualifying for subsidies because their income is slightly too high. In more than 170 counties around the country, a 50-year-old making $50,000 a year — just above the qualifying limit for subsidy assistance — "would find the cheapest available plan to be unaffordable," the newspaper reported. In some places, prices can quickly approach 20 percent of a person's income — ''double'' what experts consider affordable health care.
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Obamacare teeters by Chicago Tribune editorial board (Chicago Tribune, December 24, 2013) (view)

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TopicPagePatient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Position_fragmentStringAct should not have been passed
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Act should not have been passed

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