Georgia asks for delay in exchanges

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From Walter Jones:

Georgia requests emergency delay on health exchange

Morris News Service

ATLANTA — Georgia may not start its ObamaCare health exchange Oct. 1 when the rest of the country does because the state issued an emergency request late Monday for a delay.
Georgia Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens asked U.S. Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for another 30 days beyond tomorrow’s deadline to approve the health plans submitted by seven insurance companies wanting to do business in the state.
He said some rates were 198 percent higher than current plans available in the state.
“Georgia consumers cannot afford these massive rate increases,” Hudgens wrote in his letter to her.


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