Study Finds Obamacare Will Raise Claims 32 Percent

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Insurance companies will pay 32 percent more for medical claims under Obamacare, and that could increase the amount consumers pay for their policies.

The new study by the Society of Actuaries found that rates could be higher for the uninsured seeking to buy insurance straight from a company, the same people Obamacare was supposed to help.

Americans with employer-provided health care probably won't have to pay more.

The Obama administration said the study does not take into account subsidies and other cost-cutting measures in the law.

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