MNsure claims many will see low rates for the first year

  • Article by: Jackie Crosby , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 7, 2013 - 12:51 PM

The state provided the clearest picture yet of health care reform costs for Minnesotans.

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bgronniSep. 6, 1310:03 AM

you mean the "obamacare" plan?

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dumbgopSep. 6, 1310:06 AM

Get ready. This is going to get ugly!

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EleanoreSep. 6, 1310:15 AM

Are these going to be "preliminary" or "estimates", or are they actually going to give people real numbers to chew on....for next year....

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wagn0404Sep. 6, 1310:17 AM

Here's a hint: Despite the name, 'Affordable Care Act,' most of these plans will not be what most people consider affordable.

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jbpaperSep. 6, 1310:22 AM

As someone who is self employed with an individual plan I'm interested to see these. However, since I don't qualify for subsidies I have a felling its not going to be good.

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jbpaperSep. 6, 1310:31 AM

"That’s because the federal law forces health insurers to offer much broader coverage than before, including mental health care, prescriptions, maternity care, and dental and vision care for children."---------- Wonderful, now my insurance company will be just like my cable company, charging me for things I don't need and/or want. Thanks dems.

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markc1Sep. 6, 1310:37 AM

I like it, more of my money will go to healthcare and NOT to health insurance profits!

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goldenmplsSep. 6, 1310:40 AM

To jbpaper " Wonderful, now my insurance company will be just like my cable company, charging me for things I don't need and/or want. Thanks dems." Not sure how you can compare health care needs to cable service - one never knows when an accident or illness will strike - better to have coverage than go broke and declare bankruptcy - it's called insurance for a reason. The state forces you to have car insurance - why aren't you fighting against that?

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vegasgalSep. 6, 1310:45 AM

So they release today. And? A little information on how the public can access this information would be good. Officials talking to the press aren't what I am interested in. How I can get the numbers would be good...as in they will be available on the website (date).

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parks12005Sep. 6, 1310:52 AM

Because a person can choose not to drive, and not be forced to buy car insurance. "The state forces you to have car insurance - why aren't you fighting against that"?

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