State regulators have warned Ohio consumers to brace for huge premium spikes when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act begins next year.
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Dayton Daily News health care reporter Randy Tucker took a closer look at the impact of federal premium subsidies on the cost of health plans submitted to the Ohio Department of Insurance for sale under the Affordable Care Act.
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