Thanks to Barack Obama, Americans Face 122% Rise in Healthcare Premiums:

Obamacare turns out to be not so cheap:

The late July report, largely overlooked by the press, provides detailed information on insurance plans today in all 50 states, from the cheapest plans offered to a 30-year-old nonsmoker to the most expensive plans 55-year-old couples can buy.

A separate report from the Maryland insurance department lists the lowest-cost “bronze” plans proposed for ObamaCare exchanges in eight states.

Comparing the two reveals a wide gulf between the cheapest plans available now and those that will be sold next year under ObamaCare.

In Ohio, for example, the least expensive “bronze” plan for a 25-year-old will cost $1,956 a year. That’s almost three times higher than the cheapest plan in that state today, and higher than even the median-priced plan in the state, according to the GAO report.

In Virginia, the lowest “bronze” premium is $1,608 — which is 252% higher than the cheapest policy available today.

Just look at this chart showing the cheapest Obamacare plans vs the cheapest plans available today:

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