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Forgotten Voices: Too Much (in their own words)

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Forgotten Voices: Too Much (in their own words)

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When a couple with three children signed into their state insurance marketplace to renew coverage, they found that the cost had grown to $4,000 a month from $1,200 the year before. Other residents of Charlottesville, VA, which has just one health insurer, faced the same quandary because of lack of competition and changes imposed by Congress.

Other stories in the series include:

Forgotten Voices (Part 1)

Forgotten Voices: Marketplace meltdown

Forgotten Voices: Marketplace mom

Forgotten Voices: Shop around

Forgotten Voices: Rural health

Forgotten Voices: Stern advice

Forgotten Voices: Giving up

Forgotten Voices: Enrollment

Forgotten Voices: Doctor advocate

Forgotten Voices: Health nutrition

Forgotten Voices: Spiritual health

Forgotten Voices: Children's health reform

Forgotten Voices: Paying too much

NBC News
Friday, December 8, 2017

[This video was originally published by NBC News.]

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