Minn. says its ACA premiums will be among nation's lowest

09/9/2013 | Washington Times, The

Minnesota will offer among the lowest insurance premiums to some residents on the state's health exchange as part of the Affordable Care Act, the state's insurance officials said Friday. Insurance premiums for 40-year-olds will range from $115 to $192, while plans for 60-year-olds will go from $244 to $407. A low-level bronze plan for a nonsmoking 25-year-old in the Twin Cities area will cost around $90 per month, while a silver plan will cost $120, the Minnesota Department of Commerce said.

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