'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
Manhattan Institute study finds Obamacare insurance premiums for Nevada residents will be 179 percent higher than present rates.