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Why Health Insurance Industry Consolidation is Bad for Your Health

You undoubtedly have heard that some of the country's biggest health insurers have decided to leave several Obamacare markets, which means that tens of thousands of us will be affected next year. You probably haven't heard--at least not lately--that some of the biggest health insurers are moving full steam ahead to merge with each other, which means that tens of millions of us--yes, millions--will be affected next year.
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