Affordable Care Act's out-of-pocket costs unlikely to be thought 'affordable'
'We were confident that this would all be straightened out. But it wasn't.'
I’ve written quite a bit lately about the many problems plaguing the Obamacare rollout, and I’ve focused for the most part on the national picture — the disastrous launch of Healthcare.gov, the millions of individual-market insurance plans being canceled, the woefully unsound economic theory upon which the law rests, etc. _x000D_ _x000D_ So I thought this week I’d take a look at how the situation is playing out right here in Nevada._x000D_ _x000D_ I wish I hadn’t._x000D_ _x000D_ As NPRI’s own Steve Miller reported earlier this week at our news website NevadaJournal.com, the ill effects of the health-care law are actually more pronounced here in Nevada than anywhere else in the country._x000D_
New study: Average Obamacare insurance premium for Silver State residents will be 179 percent higher than residents’ present rates