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When It Comes to Obamacare, Minnesota Is Not the Worst

Patient Daily identifies the six states that have seen the largest increases in premium costs under Obamacare. Happily, Minnesota doesn’t make the cut:

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Nationwide, health insurance costs are up by more than 25% under Obamacare. Happily, though, if you like your plan you can keep it.

There may be one respect in which Minnesota’s version of Obamacare, MNSure, is the worst anywhere: it has caused property taxes to rise. That may be a dimension of health care policy disaster that is unique to Minnesota.

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