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After Some Wild Times, Georgia’s Insurance Marketplace Starts To Settle Down

Ariel Hart, healthcare reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, joined Sam Whitehead on "Morning Edition" to talk about how the Affordable Care Act exchange is shaping up for Georgians.
Ariel Hart, healthcare reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, joined Sam Whitehead on "Morning Edition" to talk about how the Affordable Care Act exchange is shaping up for Georgians.
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Georgians who buy Obamacare health insurance have been through some rocky times since the marketplace launched back in 2013: insurance providers have come and gone, premiums have fluctuated dramatically.

As of late, a relative calm has settled upon the marketplace, but there are still many for whom coverage is still out of reach.

Ariel Hart, health care reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitutionjoined Sam Whitehead on “Morning Edition” to talk about how the Affordable Care Act exchange is shaping up for Georgians with just a handful of weeks to go before the next open enrollment period.