Enrolling consumers in health insurance through the federally run exchange cost an average of $647 each, compared with $1,503 per enrollee in state-run exchanges, according to a report written by former Missouri Insurance Commissioner Jay Angoff. Costs ranged from a low of $76 per enrollee in Florida, which used the federal exchange, to a high of $23,899 per enrollee in Hawaii, a less populous state with a poorly functioning exchange.

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