The Coastal Packet: Mainers could pay up to seven times more for insurance under GOP Don't Care

Sunday, March 19

Mainers could pay up to seven times more for insurance under GOP Don't Care

Press Herald - More than 25,000 older Mainers who have Affordable Care Act insurance could pay up to seven times as much for health insurance under the proposed Republican health care bill under consideration in the House.

Mainers in their 50s and early 60s living in the state’s poorest, most rural counties would be hardest-hit by the Republican bill to replace Obamacare, according to a Maine Sunday Telegram analysis of data from the Congressional Budget Office and the Kaiser Family Foundation, with premiums that could soar from a couple of hundred dollars monthly to more than $1,300 each month. Health care town hall Sunday in Portlan

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