Kaiser Health News, December 12, 2017


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“It’s as if I went to a Ford dealer to buy a Ford car, and then I get a call from Chevy saying, ‘Your Chevy truck is ready, and we need the money,'" said Robert Holub after he received a bill for $3,483 to pay for a plan he didn't choose. Like many other enrollees, Holub's current coverage will not be available in 2018 so the government automatically switched him over to a new one. Meanwhile, the deadline for the federal and some state exchanges is quickly coming up.

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