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Health care rates to jump 30 percent for ACA health plans

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Rates on health plans sold in Pennsylvania under the Affordable Care Act will increase more than state officials had expected following the Trump administration's decision to end cost-sharing payments authorized under the law.

Consumers shopping on the individual market will see an especially steep price hike, with premiums increasing by an average of 30.6 percent for 2018.

The state insurance department had projected an increase of 7.6 percent before President Donald Trump's announced last week that he planned to end the subsidy payments.

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