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'Grubered again!' If you like your plan, you can pay more for your plan in 2015

Health and Human Services has released a computer file of 2015 Obamacare insurance premiums just before the 2015 open enrollment period goes live, and a quick study of the numbers shows that no American will be surprised to learn that most insurance premiums will be rising next year. There is a workaround, though; citizens can downgrade their coverage into a cheaper plan and pay less (for less coverage).

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It was Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanuel who clarified last December that if you like your doctor, you can indeed keep your doctor, as long as you’re willing to pay a lot more for the privilege. And now the AP reports that if you like your plan, you can keep that too — if you’re willing and able to cover the boost in premiums.

“Just because you enrolled in a low-cost plan this year is no guarantee that your plan will also be low-cost next year,” Larry Levitt of the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation told the Associated Press. The option for as many as 7 million people insured under Obamacare? Switch to another plan.

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Some gave a special shout-out to the Associated Press for helping make this mess possible.

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