PASS IT ON=> Average 2017 Obamacare Premium Increases in Battleground States

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Barack Obama and Democrats lied for years about how Obamacare would save you money and not affect your health care choices.

Obama famously told Americans, “You can keep your plan if you like your plan.”
That was probably the most memorable line of his presidency – and it was a bald faced lie.

Obamacare was forced into law with 100% of the votes coming from Democratic lawmakers.

This week we learned premiums would increase an average of 22% this year.

Here are the average increase in premiums in battleground states.

Ohio: 13.12% increase
Florida: 17.40% increase
Pennsylvania: 32.5% increase
Nevada: 11.74% increase
Maine: 21.24% increase
New Hampshire: 12.44% increase
Virginia: 21.68% increase
North Carolina: 24.30% increase
Iowa: 20.46% increase
Michigan: 16.06% increase
Wisconsin: 20.39% increase

Via Bust the Bailouts:

Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce today released a new interactive “heat map” tracking the latest Obamacare-related premium increases across the country. This map comes days after the latest bad news for Obamacare that benchmark premiums for exchange plans will go up an average of 22 percent nationally while the number of insurers offering plans on the exchanges continues to drop.

The map displays average premium increases as well as the highest reported increase for each state with darker shading indicating the states seeing the highest increases. This map can also be embedded for those who wish to share this resource on their website.

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