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When to Ditch Your State's Health Insurance Exchange

By Lacie Glover Since the rollout of state and federal Obamacare exchanges three years ago, health plan choices have dwindled in many areas. The Affordable Care Act marketplace was intended to provide a variety of options for those buying individual health plans. But in many states, choices for 2017 coverage will be drastically reduced. Aetna recently announced plans to pull out of 11 of 15 states' health insurance exchanges for 2017.
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