5 States, Nearly 700 Counties Don’t See ‘Choice and Competition’ Promised by Obamacare

(By Fred Lucas for The Daily Signal)

Five states will be down to just one health insurer on the Obamacare marketplace next year, and consumers in 664 counties are projected to face that same situation under a law sold as providing “choice and competition.”

The five states that will have no choice are Alabama, Alaska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Wyoming. Continue reading article here…..

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