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  A new estimate from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) shows the 'skinny' repeal would likely result in 16 million fewer people with coverage in the next 10 years and exchange premium increase of about 20%. The CBO analyzed what would result from repeal of the individual mandate alone. The report shows 15 million fewer Americans with coverage by 2026 and individual market premium increases of about 20%. The Center for American Progress calculates that as an average increase of $1,238 next year.

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Fewer Insurers Participate in Obamacare Exchanges 2018

Fewer Insurers Participate in Obamacare Exchanges 2018

Fewer insurers are applying to participate in Obamacare exchanges. Dr. Taffy shares this is due to the uncertainty in the market and questioning whether the administration is going to pay the cost sharing subsidies or not.

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KFF: Avg. Q1 Individual Market MLR, 2011 - 2017

1. 79%, 2011

2. 81%, 2012

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Source: KFF

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