The White House is in full campaign mode to promote Obamacare to a public that's skeptical.
A report from the Manhattan Institute shows Obamacare will raise underlying insurance rates for younger men by an average nearly 100 percent. It will raise it for younger women by an average of 55 to 62 percent.
New health insurance markets launch Oct.1 for people who don't have health care through their jobs.
The Obama administration released an overview of premiums and plan choices. Sticker-price premiums for a mid-range plan will average $328 a month nationally for an individual before tax credits.
Do we really know if individual costs will go up or down, or do we all have to wait until Oct. 1? David Christensen, with the Family Research Council, answers this and more on CBN Newswatch, Sept. 25.